The aim of this credit is "To limit CO2 emissions arising from the operation of a dwelling and its services in line with current policy on the future direction of regulations."
To meet compliance with this credit you will need to
undertake Part L Calculations by a Suitably Qualified Energy Assessor who is registered and licensed to undertake residential energy assessments.
You will be required to produce an EPC as part of your Code and Building Regulations compliance.
To achieve minimum Code levels you may need to demonstrate CO2 reductions over and above Building Regulations.
Our head energy assessor has 25 years experience and is licensed and registered to undertake simple SAP calculations right through to advanced SAP calculations for large complex dwellings. The energy assessment team have undertaken SAP calculations on Code projects ranging from level 3 to level 6 and can provide design advice to meet your Code target.
Our head energy assessor has 25 years experience and is licensed and registered to undertake energy assessments and produce EPC's as part of your legal requirement.
Our experienced energy assessment team have the experience and expertise to provide expert advice when assessing your project and provide simple statements right through to zero carbon dwellings.
Additional Code for Sustainable Homes November 2010 Credits
We provide a number of services specifically designed to achieve credits under Code for Sustainable Homes November 2010. If you are working towards a Code for Sustainable Homes November 2010 certification, please visit our page below to see if there are any other credits we can help with.