Local authorities and developers can still push for sustainability despite lack of government support

Zero-carbon home

On taking power last year, one of the first things the Conservative administration did was to scrap the target established by previous governments that all new homes should be ‘zero carbon’ - that is, they should cause no net increase in carbon dioxide pollution - from 2016.

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