Published: 1st Jul 2020

Legal & General has announced that it is to make all of its new housing stock net zero carbon by 2030.  The housebuilder said the move would be implemented in a phased approach across all homes invested in or built by its group including: Build to Rent, Build to Sell, later living and affordable housing. Net zero carbon will be achieved on all new Legal & General homes through a combination of improved thermal building fabric and the use of environmental control systems, including low and zero-carbon technologies. The group has also been piloting energy-saving initiatives through the design and operation of its house-building businesses. Legal & General Modular Homes’ product portfolio – which will form all future developments and consists of two and three bedroom family homes along with one and two bedroom apartments – meets the government’s EPC ‘A’ rating as standard. Inspired Villages, Legal & General’s later … (To read the full article, subscribe below)