Heat in Buildings consultation event in Clydebank
The Scottish Government is proposing to make new laws around the heating systems that can be used in homes and places of work, which will help Scotland reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and reach its legal binding ‘net zero’ targets.
A number of online and in-person events have been organised across Scotland for people to learn what is being proposed in the Scottish Government’s Heat in Buildings Bill and to share their opinions through facilitated discussions.
The sessions are being delivered by environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful, on behalf of the Scottish Government.
A session is being held in Clydebank on 14 February
Find out more about the session and register to attend on Eventbrite.