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Local government and the path to net zero

Inquiry

The aim of the inquiry is to scrutinise the government’s plans to make all new homes “zero carbon ready” by 2025, through the introduction of the Future Homes Standards, and to explore how local government can help the UK to reduce its carbon emissions to “net zero” by 2050, including by incentivising and decarbonising public transport and facilitating green growth. The inquiry follows on from the findings of the Climate Assembly UK report in 2020.

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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12 July 2021
Inquiry Local government and the path to net zero
Committees Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee
Oral Evidence
21 June 2021
Inquiry Local government and the path to net zero
Committees Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee
Oral Evidence
PNZ0001 - Local government and the path to net zero
Witnesses NALC
Committees Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee
Written Evidence
PNZ0002 - Local government and the path to net zero
Witnesses Royal Town Planning Institute
Committees Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee
Written Evidence
PNZ0003 - Local government and the path to net zero
Witnesses Anglian Water
Committees Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee
Written Evidence

Other publications

No other publications published.

Contact us

To contact the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, please telephone 030 3444 0000, or use the Ministry's online contact form at https://forms.communities.gov.uk/

  • Email: hclgcom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: General inquiries: 020 7219 5364 Media inquiries: 020 7219 8430 / 07834 172099
  • Address: Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA