Before the 2015 General Election, UKGBC coordinated the Homes Fit for the Future campaign which called for home energy efficiency to be recognised as a national infrastructure priority.
The campaign sought to create a sustainable market and significantly scale up delivery by making home energy efficiency a national infrastructure priority and creating a national programme for delivery.
In the run-up to the 2015 General Election, we called on all political parties to:
- Make home energy efficiency a top infrastructure priority
- Support investment with a long term revenue stream
- Achieve 1 million deep retrofits each year by 2020
In June 2014, we published a joint report, A housing stock fit for the future: Making home energy efficiency a national infrastructure priority, which summarised the key benefits of energy efficiency and set out the campaign’s key asks.
Findings from a study examining the design and cost implications of significantly reducing carbon across new homes.
Insight into the positive impact circular thinking can have in delivering whole life carbon reductions and value creation across construction projects.
UKGBC have launched guidance to increase the use of urban nature-based solutions through the identification of their holistic value and variety of beneficiaries, which can generate innovative financing opportunities.
This report presents the findings of a feasibility study exploring the design and cost implications…