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2016 is way too soon for a zero carbon target
Posted By: wookeyit just slow because there are a lot of ingrained behaviours. methods, and conventions to shift.
Posted By: Jontiif a bionic skeleton were developed that made walking easier
Posted By: SteamyTeaNot wishing to be disrespectful to any individual but if the choice comes down to not building a house at all because there would be an infringement that may only effect a tiny proportion of the population, that is denying someone else a home.
Posted By: tonyso long as regulations apply to all and there is a level playing field then they have no influence on thingsIndeed it could be argued that the better benefit for all, the country, our economy and all future owners and the public purse that regulations concerning conservation of energy should be a great deal more stringent (and indeed should have been in the past too)
Posted By: SteamyTeaif the choice comes down to not building a house at all because there would be an infringement that may only effect a tiny proportion of the population, that is denying someone else a home.
Posted By: JontiIf you are suggesting that it's not a tiny proportion but a sizable percentage of the population in wheelchairs then I disagree.
Posted By: JontiWho mentioned wheelchairs? I DID!!! Most of the access issues are to do with disabled access and not elderly. The elderly part has been tacked on to add convenient weight to the argument but just been elderly does not mean that you will have access issues.
Posted By: Jonti775mm id the minimum but many BCOs demand wider even if this will incur much higher costs.
Posted By: djhWe're all living longer now.
Posted By: djhI call troll
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