Building laws

Changes to building laws to cut energy emissions from new-build residential property in Scotland came into force this week. Section 6 of the Scottish building regulations is Scotland's equivalent of England and Wales's part L on energy conservation, changes to which came into effect last month. As part of the regulations, tests are now recommended on all new homes to determine how energy efficient they are by checking for leaks from gaps and cracks.

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