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What the ‘Code for Sustainable Homes’ means to you D F Mitchell Technical Director What the ‘Code for Sustainable Homes’ means to you D F Mitchell Technical Director

Code for Sustainable Homes Code for Sustainable Homes

 • A single national standard to cover aspects of sustainable design and construction • A single national standard to cover aspects of sustainable design and construction of new homes in England • Eco. Homes 2006 remains in Scotland, Wales, N Ireland • Driving continuous improvement and greater innovation in sustainable home building • A mark of quality enabling developers to demonstrate the sustainability of their homes and differentiate themselves from their competitors • Voluntary in short term – may become mandatory in future

 • ‘It is intended that the Code will signal the future direction of • ‘It is intended that the Code will signal the future direction of Building Regulations in relation to CO 2 emissions from, and energy use in homes’ • HBF view on simplification of the Regulations • Stepping stones mentioned in ‘Building a Greener Future’ Zero Carbon Code Simplification of Regulations

Key features of the Code • • Based on Eco. Homes 2006 Applied on Key features of the Code • • Based on Eco. Homes 2006 Applied on a whole house approach 9 categories of environmental sustainability Mandatory standards to ensure environmental robustness • 6 levels rating system

What’s in the Code What’s in the Code

 • Energy/CO 2 Code Categories • Water • Pollution • Materials • Health • Energy/CO 2 Code Categories • Water • Pollution • Materials • Health and Well-being • Surface Water Run-off • Management • Waste • Ecology

Minimum standards Categories Flexibility Energy Efficiency 6 levels of minimum standards; one for each Minimum standards Categories Flexibility Energy Efficiency 6 levels of minimum standards; one for each level of the Code Water Efficiency Three levels of minimum standards, each covering two levels of the Code Materials A single basic standard at Code entry level Surface Water Run Off Waste Pollution Health and Well-Being Management Ecology No minimum standards

Minimum performance standards for Energy/CO 2 Code Level Energy Performance Equivalent rating Level 1 Minimum performance standards for Energy/CO 2 Code Level Energy Performance Equivalent rating Level 1 10% improvement EST Good practice Level 2 18% improvement Level 3 25% improvement EST Best practice Level 4 44% improvement Approx. Passiv. Haus / EST exemplary Level 5 100% improvement Level 6 Full Zero Carbon

Scoring Code Levels Total Points Score out of 100 Equivalent Eco. Homes rating (approximate) Scoring Code Levels Total Points Score out of 100 Equivalent Eco. Homes rating (approximate) Level 1 ( ) 36 Points Pass Level 2 ( ) 48 Points Good Level 3 ( ) 57 Points Very Good Level 4 ( ) 68 Points Excellent Level 5 ( ) 84 Points Level 6 ( ) 90 Points

Weightings (in percentages) Energy Potable Water Surface Water Runoff Materials Waste Pollution Health and Weightings (in percentages) Energy Potable Water Surface Water Runoff Materials Waste Pollution Health and Well-being Management Site Ecology 36. 4 9 2. 2 7. 2 6. 4 2. 8 14 10 12

What the ‘Code for Sustainable Homes’ means to you • • • ‘Goes Live’ What the ‘Code for Sustainable Homes’ means to you • • • ‘Goes Live’ from 10 th April 2007 Voluntary EP+HC = Communities England Planning Conditions 10% renewables v code levels

Mandatory Assessments ? • Under consideration by ministers • Introduction in the future • Mandatory Assessments ? • Under consideration by ministers • Introduction in the future • Requirement to carry out assessment and display • No specific performance requirements

Why Mandatory Assessments ? • You might already be above Level 1 • You Why Mandatory Assessments ? • You might already be above Level 1 • You might be very close • You might want to go to Level 1 (Do you want to display ‘no stars’)

Assessment A two-stage process • Design Stage • Post Construction Review • Approved Code Assessment A two-stage process • Design Stage • Post Construction Review • Approved Code Assessors

Customer Awareness • Does the public - Know - Understand - Care - Want Customer Awareness • Does the public - Know - Understand - Care - Want it

What next • • Code seminars - CLG/HBF Code for buildings other than dwellings What next • • Code seminars - CLG/HBF Code for buildings other than dwellings Existing housing stock The road to Zero Carbon 2016

Thank you D F Mitchell Technical Director Thank you D F Mitchell Technical Director