The EU building directive could displace thousands of families in Poland.  If you don't have the money to renew, you'll be kicked out!

The EU construction directives have not yet entered the minds of many Poles, and it is this next idea floated by EU bureaucrats, already “spotted” this month, that may pose the greatest threat to us all. According to some experts, the implementation of EU solutions will end with the mass eviction of all those who will not be able to bear the costs of implementing mandatory construction investments, costing up to hundreds of thousands of zlotys, to ensure “zero-emission buildings.”

“All buildings must obtain a renewal passport or energy efficiency certificate. Building owners will have 5 years to adapt them to EU standards. If appropriate work is not carried out within this period, they will face severe penalties – including confiscation.”Anna Brylka, a lawyer specializing in European cases and vice president of Roach Narodoy, said in an interview with Polsat News. As I emphasized, this is determined by the Directive itself, which clearly states that punishment for “those who resist the good of the planet” must(!) “Effective, proportionate and dissuasive”. What is more “deterrent” than being deprived of a roof over your head and expelled to a social building or directly (the Green Deal is a green deal) to the “green grass”?!

“There are opinions that clearly indicate that the Construction Directive is in fact a confiscation directive.”Anna Brylka noted after a journalistic comment in Polsat News that “Those who cannot renew their property destroy it [według eurokratów – przyp. red.] “The planet will be punished with eviction, and its building will be given to someone capable of meeting EU requirements.”.

The Muratorplus website provides a calendar of changes introduced by the Building Directives.

“From 2025, it will no longer be possible to support stand-alone fossil fuel boilers, including gas boilers.
From 2028, new buildings operated or owned by public authorities must be net-zero emissions.
From 2030, all new buildings must be net-zero emissions.
By 2030, PV installations should be gradually installed on public and non-residential buildings, as well as new residential buildings.
By 2040, fossil fuel boilers should be completely phased out of the market.
By 2050, construction in the European Union must be climate neutral.we read on the site.

“The European Union estimates that 75% of construction resources are in Europe [a ma być ich łącznie 131 mln – przyp. red.] It is “energy inefficient”. Only 1 percent of buildings are renovated annually to save energy. Buildings are responsible for 40 percent. energy consumed and 36 percent total emissions,” reports Muratorplus.

This is the case in Europe, and how is it in Poland? According to information from the Polish News Agency, there are approximately 6.9 million residential buildings in our country. Nearly 70 percent of them require retrofit, and about 16 percent (that is, about one million buildings) are so-called “energy vampires” who represent a third of the total energy used across the board. At the same time, 30 percent of the residential buildings that consume the most energy, approximately 2 million, represent more than half of this consumption.

So there will be those who need to be fired unless we stop the wave of false environmental madness.

Source: Muratorplus, Polsat News, PAP, Twitter, Portal TV Republika

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