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Is enough being done to ensure government zero-carbon targets will be successfully met? Have your say

Along with its target to ensure all new homes are zero carbon by 2016, the government also has ambitious plans to make existing homes more sustainable, including whole home energy makeovers for all properties by 2030

However, is enough being done to ensure targets will be successfully met and facilitate the delivery of sustainable solutions?

The Architects’ Journal has teamed up with leading international construction materials company Saint-Gobain to find out your views. Let us know your thoughts and we’ll enter you into our prize draw to win one of three Wattson Energy Meters.

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