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The proposed streamlining of Parts K and M, and the end of N, have been broadly welcomed by the industry. But would more simplification serve to clarify or confuse?
Plans are afoot to make approved inspectors and the LABC more streamlined, more efficient and more effective in the fight against non-compliance. But will they work?
With the energy performance of new homes proving far worse in practice than in theory, the government has been spurred into action - but its proposed quality assurance process for Part L compliance has not met with universal approval
Firm to carry out civils work on the £15bn project in Anglesey
Stephen Stone buys shares in troubled housebuilder as takeover speculation mounts
Financial Conduct Authority boss says it is looking into issues raised by London Assembly
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