Impacted by AD L 2020? Have you managed to unpick and fully understand the implications it will have on your developments?
For most people impacted by AD L 2020, the answer is no. This is one of the biggest step-changes over the last 15 years, and it’s no mean feat trying to digest it all.
That’s where we step in! Energist’s team of Technical Specialists have done the legwork for you in unravelling even the most complex corners of this document. This includes our response to the Consultation and our in-depth SAP 10.1 Analysis.
Make sure to contact us if you have any questions on how your developments and business could be affected.
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Save the date! New regulations have been announced.
16 Dec 2021
Following years of delays and discussions in Westminster, energy efficiency standards for new developments in England have taken a big leap forward this week. On December 15th, 2021, the UK Government published a series of…
Wales – Non-residential AD L Consultation The Welsh Government has taken a further step towards improving the energy performance of buildings by releasing new proposals for the non-residential sector. This follows a similar announcement late…
With all the recent coverage about changing energy performance targets for new buildings in England and Wales, it wasn’t going to be long before the Scottish Government followed suit. Developers north of the border can…