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Commercial property lacks green incentives

Posted on 05 June 2009

From Hotproperty.co.uk: The British property sector has been called upon to limit carbon emissions from offices, shops and factories, in the spirit of sustainable development. However, despite government policies to implement such limits, The British Property Federation (BPF) said that there is not enough incentive to make greener buildings a reality.

In the property sector, roughly half of the carbon emissions come from the commercial segment. The BPF estimates that this area of property should in theory be the easiest to reduce carbon emissions, but the government is not doing enough to encourage landlords to tackle the problem………Full Article: Source


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