Smoke Control Areas
The Clean Air Acts of 1956 and 1968 were introduced to tackle the increasing pollution derived from domestic and industry emissions. The Acts allowed the Local Authorities to control these smoke and fume emissions from industrial premises, as well as homes. The term “Smoke Control Areas” became known in many large towns and cities, and those living in these areas can only burn logs on fires and stoves which demonstrate particularly clean burning combustion.
Owning a wood burning stove or fire is no longer limited to rural areas, home owners in many large towns and cities now have a wide range of stylish stoves and fires to choose from that are available for use in Smoke Control Areas.
Lotus offers a stunning selection of stoves and fires suitable for use in these areas, varying from luxurious built-in fires to elegant stoves. These contemporary wood burning stoves and fires will create an outstanding focal feature in your home, even in the most urban of areas.