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What is SAP? An explanation for developers

Topic: UK building regulations

The standard assessment procedure (SAP) is used to assess the energy efficiency of a newly constructed residential building to confirm that it complies with Part L1 of the building regulations. The calculations done on the plans and then done again on the completed building to incorporate any changes that have been...

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What is SAP? An explanation for developers

The criteria of Part L2 building regulations: non-residential buildings

Topic: UK building regulations

The Building regulations 2010 Part L2 covers the energy efficiency requirements for non-residential buildings. They are divided into Part L2A which covers new build and Part L2B which covers renovations.

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The criteria of Part L2 building regulations: non-residential buildings

Introduction to Part L2 building regulations: non-residential buildings

Topic: UK building regulations

The Building regulations 2010 Part L2 covers the energy efficiency requirements for non-residential buildings. They are divided into Part L2A which covers new build and Part L2B which covers renovations.

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Introduction to Part L2 building regulations: non-residential buildings

Building regulations Part L1A and L1B: residential buildings

Topic: UK building regulations

The Building Regulations Part L set the energy efficiency standards for residential buildings. They are divided into part L1A, which covers new build, and part L1B, which covers renovations to existing buildings.

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Building regulations Part L1A and L1B: residential buildings