The All Party Parliamentary Committee for Excellence in the Built Environment will begin taking evidence this month for its far-reaching Inquiry into Sustainable Construction and the Green Deal. The aim of the inquiry is to determine best practice, challenges and barriers to sustainability in the built environment.
Experts will present their evidence to the APPG for EBE Commission of Inquiry made up of members of both Houses of Parliament and senior members of the construction professions. The Commission will be chaired by Oliver Colvile MP. Other members are: Peter Aldous MP, John Alker, Sir John Armitt CBE, Patrick Bellew, Peter Bonfield OBE, The Earl of Lytton (Vice Chair), Jack Pringle, Rt. Hon. Nick Raynsford MP (Vice Chair), Andrew Stunell MP, Lord Teverson and Lord Whitty.
At the first session, on 15 of April, evidence will be given by UK Green Building Council, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and NEES (Natural Energy Efficient Sustainable) and The Alliance for Sustainable Building Products.