Tag: historic england

Historic homes report outlines energy efficiency challenges

The government has published a wide-ranging review of the barriers upgrading energy efficiency in historic properties.

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Historic England reveals retrofit skills gaps

Local data on the estimated need for retrofitting skills to deliver net zero for England’s historic buildings has been made available by Historic England.

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Air source heat pumps can be effective in historic properties, according to study

Historic England has published a study of different air source heat pump installations in historic buildings and concluded that the technology is able to deliver cost-effective heating at low temperatures when allowed to run for long periods without interruption. The publication, in its series Heat Pumps in Historic Buildings, is designed to provide guidance for […]

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Report supports carbon reduction in heritage buildings

A new Heritage Counts report Know your home, know your carbon: reducing carbon emissions in traditional homes has been launched – published by Historic England on behalf of the Historic Environment Forum. The report aims to support and empower the people who look after our historic buildings. It shows the power of small behaviour changes […]

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