CLG Part L and F consultations, summer 2009 - A summary of the significant proposed changes (Version 2)

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CLG forewarned us some years ago that there would be significant amendments in 2010, 2013 plus our final goal of so called 'zero carbon' by 2016.

A reduction of permitted carbon emissions by 2010 was expected and is proposed for 2010. In broad terms the target is 25% lower than at present.

This Construction Briefing summarises the proposed changes to Parts L and F (which will take effect in October 2010) following the CLG consultation.

This briefing explains how the changes will effect buildings both new and existing and what the practical implications to the UK construction industry are likely to be.

Contents:

  • General
    • Structure of documentation
    • The main goals for CLG
    • Other related consultations
  • New buildings
    • General
    • CO2 target
    • Design backstops / limiting factors
    • Limiting solar gains
    • Checking of build quality and commissioning
           - Party walls
           - Accredited Construction Details / Thermal bridging
           - Air tightness
    • Providing information
    • Consevatories - domestic
    • Shell and core developments
    • Non-occupied buildings
    • Energy meters and centralised switching of appliances
    • Building services guides
  • Existing buildings
  • Major changes to Part F

 

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