Focus on Thermal Efficiency as 2025 Regulations Draw Closer

With the latest iteration of Part L of the building regulations in place, industry focus has moved to 2025 when the next stage of emissions targets need to be met.

The UK Government has committed to net zero by 2050, and the Future Homes Standard dictates all new buildings must reduce carbon emissions by 75 per cent by 2025.

After taking a leading role in reassuring the industry over Part L, Reynaers Aluminium UK is looking ahead to this next stage as it plans to continue to improve the thermal efficiency of products alongside an ambitious sustainability strategy – Reynaers Act.

To keep up to date with the latest news and developments from Reynaers UK, please visit the website below.

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