Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are the main benchmark for environmental standards in UK housing. There is evidence that they are improving efficiency in new-builds and new regulations will enforce change on rental properties, but this progress will not be translated to owner-occupied homes until the government enforces tighter rules there too.
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