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1 Modular and Portable Buildings Association Current and Future Energy Efficiency (Building Regulations Part L2) Key drivers

2  Synopsis  Situation Analysis – ADL2A 2010  Next enforced steps – ADL2A 2013  Part L2 (2013) Awareness Sessions Energy Compliance Agenda

3 Route to zero carbon Synopsis

4  ADL2A in force from 1 st October 2010  25% aggregate reduction on emissions on 2006  Reclassification of temporary buildings  Generic scheme for hire  Requirement for as designed and as built compliance  Energy Performance Certificate required on completion Current Situation

5  Must comply with new building regulations  As Design Carbon Calculation  As Constructed Carbon Calculation  EPC  Fabric and Services minimum standards  Sale, Rental > 2 years or > 1000m2 individual building compliance required  Rental < 2 years and < 1000m2 generic scheme applies New Building Modular Current Situation – New Build

6  Must comply with new building regulations  As Design Carbon Calculation  As Constructed Carbon Calculation  EPC  Target adjustment factors to allow re-use of older modules  Any new fabric or services must meet minimum standards  Sale, Rental > 2 years or > 1000m2 individual building compliance required  Rental < 2 years and < 1000m2 generic scheme applies Existing (Relocation) Building Modular Current Situation – Relocation

7  Challenges  Temporary building = less than 28 days  Hire fleet requires either  Compliance as new/relocate build or  Provision of generic calculation  Generic scheme enables retention of majority of services  Electric Heating and Lighting as original specification Hire Fleet – Temporary Buildings Current Situation – Relocation

8 Recap Route to zero carbon

9  Specific Guidance for Part L 2013 Development  One in One out policy  Do not increase commercial pressure on construction sector  Align with European/Global targets for climate change  Implement smart regulation where possible Requirements for 2013

10  Active participation in Buildings Regs Working Groups  Regular one to one sessions with CLG  Review meetings with BRE  Submission of full consultation response Whats been done: Lobbying for 2013 Whats next:  Further detailed discussions with BRE and AECOM  Review of Draft Part L2 (2013)  Impact analysis of new SBEM for 2013  Develop awareness sessions for members

11  Facts already known  no major structural changes  further 11 or 20% overall reduction  retention of generic scheme  retention of target adjustment factors Requirements for 2013

12  Items highlighted for change  amendment to BRUKL to clarify modular specific compliance  issues with current implementation of consultation version of SBEM  simplify regulation in relation to heating for small hire buildings  revision to lighting calculation for smaller buildings  consideration of viability of PFC and aM&T for modular buildings Requirements for 2013

13  Overview of new regulations  Impact of the changes  How to achieve compliance  Highlight any known issues (regulatory or technical) When: Planned for October 2013 (assuming CLG remain to schedule) Where: Central location – Arden Hotel, Birmingham Who Should Attend: Sales, Marketing & Technical Staff £ per delegate Members. £ per delegate Non Members Plus Vat Part L2 (2013) Awareness

14 Conclusion Zero carbon is the ultimate and inevitable objective.


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