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All Homes and Businesses Will Have to Meet Rigorous New Standards to Lower Energy Consumption Bills and to Protect the Environment in the UK



|| Tuesday: January 19: 2021 || ά. All homes and businesses will have to meet rigorous new energy efficiency standards to lower energy consumption and bills, helping to protect the environment, the Housing Minister Mr Chris Pincher has announced today, Tuesday, January 19. Responding to a consultation on the Future Homes Standard, the government has set out plans to, radically, improve the energy performance of new homes, with all homes to be highly energy efficient, with low carbon heating and be zero carbon ready by 2025.

These homes are expected to produce 75-80% lower carbon emissions compared to current levels. To ensure industry is ready to meet the new standards by 2025, new homes will be expected to produce 31% lower carbon emissions from 2021. Existing homes will, also, be subject to higher standards, with a significant improvement on the standard for extensions, making homes warmer and reducing bills. The requirement for replacement, repairs and parts to be more energy efficient. This includes the replacement of windows and building services, such as, heat pumps, cooling systems or fixed lighting.

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The Prime Minister Launches the Build Back Better Business Council



|| Tuesday: January 19: 2021 || ά. The UK Prime Minister Mr Boris Johnson MP has chaired the first meeting of a new Business Council, established to work with the Government to fuel COVID-19 economic recovery and future growth plans on Monday, January 19. The Build Back Better Council will bring together a broad range of business leaders from across the whole British economy to work in partnership with the Government to unlock investment, boost job creation, promote Global Britain and level up the whole of the UK.

The Council will be comprised of 30 members, representing industries from retail and hospitality, to finance, science and technology. It will be co-chaired by the Prime Minister and the Chancellor, with the Business Secretary as a standing member and other Cabinet Ministers, attending as required. At the first meeting, which took place virtually, the Prime Minister updated the leaders on the current COVID-19 situation, including, the vaccine roll-out, as well as, on plans to rebuild the economy after the crisis has passed.