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ENERGY PERFORMANCE

Compliance with energy efficiency standards

In April 2018 the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) come into effect. Research suggests that landlords are not ready for them and risk fines. What do you need to know? More...

ENERGY PERFORMANCE

Landlords forced to improve energy ratings

Regulations are coming into force which will require rental property to be energy efficient. What is the legislation, what are the specific requirements and when will they apply? More...

ENERGY CERTIFICATES

Minimum energy standards for rental properties

In April 2015 the government approved regulations which will force landlords to make their properties more energy efficient. What requirements do they introduce and when do they come into effect? More...

ENERGY CERTIFICATES

Certificates to go?

The government is thinking about scrapping Display Energy Certificates (DECs) for the 54,000 public buildings across England and Wales. Could this happen and, if so, what are the implications? More...

ENERGY CERTIFICATES

Energy certificate price rises

You’ve heard that the price of Energy Performance Certificates has more than doubled. Is this really the case and what may happen if you fail to get one for your property? More...

ENERGY CERTIFICATES

New energy certificate requirements

New legislation on energy certificates has recently come into force. Might you be affected and, if so, what must you do? More...

ENERGY RATINGS

Landlords need to take action

According to the British Property Federation, landlords need to make energy-saving improvements soon, otherwise they won’t be able to rent their properties from April 2018. Is this really the case? More...

ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Do you need an energy certificate?

You may have heard that it’s become a legal requirement for all commercial premises to have a Display Energy Certificate (DEC). Is this the case? More...

ENERGY CERTIFICATES

Display Energy Certificates for all

Previously, we informed you that all public sector buildings have to show Display Energy Certificates, which rank the energy performance of the building. However, moves are afoot to extend this to the private sector. What’s the situation? More...

ENERGY CERTIFICATES

Poor energy rating at government premises

Last updated: 14.12.2018

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