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Changes to Part L of the building regulations: what installers should ...

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Recent changes to Part L of the building regulations in England come into effect from June, and will be a significant step towards achieving the Government’s Future Homes Standard, which aims to ensure that all new homes built from 2025 will produce 75-80% less carbon than those delivered under current regulations.

Insights - Pilkington

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Company, Issues And Policy, Architect, Automotive, Householder, Trade. Read More. News Item. NSG Group received a Climate Change A- leadership rating from CDP* for the recognition of its climate change actions and information disclosure. 20 January 2021.

Embrace Change Stories

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97 percent of EU buildings need to be upgraded - Pilkington

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10 Dec 2017. 97% of buildings in Europe require an energy efficiency refurbishment, according to a new report. Based on data from Energy Performance Certificates (EPC), the conclusion of the latest BPIE analysis is that less than 3% of the building stock in the EU qualifies for an A rating.

Study finds architects going above and beyond building regs for ...

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Press Release. 22 Aug 2023. Pilkington United Kingdom Limited, part of the NSG Group, polls architects 12 months on from the introduction of Part O regulations for combatting overheating in new homes.

Glass Worldwide - Exclusive Pilkington UK Interview

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Press Release. 15 Nov 2022. Managing Director of Pilkington UK Neil Syder spoke exclusively to Glass Worldwide about taking up the family trade, why the company that he joined as a school-leaver still excites him and how innovation and collaboration with bodies such as Glass Futures and British Glass are crucial to the long-term prosperity of ...

COVID-19 update: we are open for our customers - Pilkington

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COVID-19 update: we are open for our customers. Press Release. 26 Jan 2021. New national restrictions will come into force on January 4th across England, reintroducing some business closures and encouraging home working where possible. The latest government guidance outlines that where people cannot work from home, such as in manufacturing ...

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Revision of energy directive still falls short, contends flat glass sector

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Insights. Revision of energy directive still falls short, contends flat glass sector. News Item. 19 Jan 2018. The European Parliament adopted its report on the revision of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), but this was met with a neutral reaction from Glass for Europe.

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