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What is the minimum EPC for letting?

As a landlord, ensuring your properties meet the relevant Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) is of unprecedented importance. After all, residential properties are responsible for between 17% and 21% of annual, global carbon emissions. In an attempt to combat this, the UK government have proposed that the minimum EPC for letting must rise from ‘E’ or above, to ‘C’ or above. But what does this mean for landlords?  What do you need to know about EPC ratings? First introduced in 2007, Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are a way of measuring a property’s energy performance. This includes everything from the type […]

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EPC Requirements for 2023: Staying Compliant

When it comes to owning a home, there are lots of things to think about. When you decide to become a landlord, however, this list only gets even longer. From finding the right tenants to running costs and energy efficiency, there’s more to property management than people may at first think. What’s more, with new EPC requirements for 2023, remaining compliant has never been so difficult. What is an EPC? An EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) report looks to identify the energy efficiency of a property, be it residential or commercial. These are usually included as part of the surveying process […]

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