Energy efficiency and historic buildings - application of part L of the Building Regulations to historic and traditionally constructed buildings
Produced to help prevent conflicts between energy efficiency requirements in Part L of the Building Regulations and the conservation of historic and traditionally constructed buildings. Looks at: background to the legislation; Part L of the Building Regulations and existing buildings; understanding the building before carrying out upgrading works; upgrading energy efficiency - meeting the requirements of Part L; and upgrading building elements.
Supersedes Building regulations and historic buildings. 2nd edition (English Heritage, 2004).
Now known as Historic England, English Heritage produced a wide variety of publications with subjects ranging from repair, conservation and management of the historic environment to funding and grants.
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