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when i tried to buy 2 years ago, my survey from the Woolwich contains all the info they were talking about on that news item. The first flat i had surveyed had an energy efficiency rating of 1/100!!! ooops

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'Home industry already worried about impact on prices' :P

Oh no! I can't get away with passing off my draughty ex-council semi for £150,000 because I might now have to pay £15 for some draught excluder!! :o :angry:

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won't happen not enough people qualified in schemes such as nher( national housing energy rating).just like the new building regs part l (energy). the silly leftie tw@ts send out ill thought out ill conceived legislation.

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won't happen not enough people qualified in schemes such as nher( national housing energy rating).just like the new building regs part l (energy). the silly leftie tw@ts send out ill thought out ill conceived legislation.

In the 2006 regulations, the u-value was replaced as the primary measure of energy efficiency by the Dwelling Carbon Dioxide Emission Rate (DER), an estimate of carbon dioxide emissions per m² of floor area. This is calculated using the Government's Standard Assessment Procedure for Energy Rating of Dwellings (SAP 2005).

In addition to the levels of insulation provide by the structure of the building, the DER also takes into account the airtightness of the building, the efficiency of space and water heating, the efficiency of lighting, and any savings from solar power or other energy generation technologies employed, and other factors. For the first time, it also became compulsory to upgrade the energy efficiency in existing houses when extensions or certain other works are carried out.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_effici...British_housing

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