Climate Change

– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 9th March 2011.

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Photo of Sarah Boyack Sarah Boyack Labour

Question S3W-39825

To ask the Scottish Executive when it plans to publish the report setting out what measures it will take to reduce emissions from living accommodation, as set out under section 64(6) of the Climate Change Act 2009.

Photo of Alex Neil Alex Neil Scottish National Party

Section 64 (6) (a) of the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009 requires Scottish ministers to publish a report setting out the measures that they intend to take to reduce emissions from living accommodation. This requirement has already been fulfilled by the publication in October 2010 of the Energy Efficiency Action Plan and in November 2010 of the draft Report on Proposals and Policies. Both reports include information on current and planned policies to reduce emissions from living accommodation and to improve the energy efficiency of our homes and communities.

Section 64 (6) (b) of this act requires Scottish ministers to set out when they intend to make provision in respect of certain aspects of the use of regulation making powers under section 64, within 12 months of their commencement. This report will be published by the end of March 2011.

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