Green Homes 2010 report finds 2016 zero carbon homes targets unrealistic

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‘Green Homes 2010’, a research report recently released by Knight Frank is an in-depth response from housebuilders to the proposed 2016 zero carbon directive. 

One of the key findings is that the building industry is willing to engage with the government’s requirements, but lacks a final definition of zero carbon to help it fully prepare.

I am not so sure about that though. I have definitely seen a head in the sands approach from builders across all sectors in preparation for a low carbon construction industry, with real belief that the targets will not be imposed in the near future.

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