The response of the Sustainable Development Commission to the ‘Code for sustainable homes’
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The Government is developing the 'Code for sustainable homes' as a component of its sustainable communities agenda. Key environmental challenges, including climate change, water stress, materials use and waste, must be tackled if the proposed step change in housing supply is to be realised sustainably.
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DescriptionThis document is the Sustainable Development Commissions response to inform the 'Code for sustainable homes'.
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