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John Bailey, Head of Sustainability, University of London emailed the Members’ network asking,
“We are hoping to create some guidance for architects and designers with the aim of setting out a Zero Carbon (or as close as is feasible) Specification for major building projects and refurbishments.
Does anyone have any polices or specifications that might be similar to this? I am keen to draw on best practice as we create the spec.
Thank you in advance.”
John later got back to the group saying he had had a fantastic response from the sector and had compiled all responses to share.
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