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Draft guideline on Indoor air quality in residential buildings

Closing date: 9 August 2019

Objectives of the consultation

This draft guideline, developed by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), covers indoor air quality in residential buildings. The guideline explains how to reduce indoor air pollution. Strategies include controlling indoor pollution sources, ensuring good ventilation and achieving effective property maintenance. It also includes raising awareness of the importance of good air quality in people's homes and how to achieve this.

Supporting papers

To download the draft guideline and other documents for comment, please follow the links below.

What you can do

CIBSE will submit a response to the consultation and we would like to hear from you to best represent your views.

Please send your contribution to Julie Godefroy, Technical Manager, JGodefroy@CIBSE.org by Friday 2 August if you would like to inform the CIBSE response.

Members may also wish to make a submission as individuals or as part of their organisations, in addition to the CIBSE response. The final deadline for responses to the consultation is 9 August.