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Please Note New Laws are Coming in April & May
Are You A Landlord? Is your Investment Passing the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards for rented properties?
The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 mean that from April 2018, landlords must ensure that properties they rent in England and Wales meet a minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) standard.
The MEES will first apply to new domestic and non-domestic lettings and lease renewals from April 2018, to be followed by all existing privately rented residential property on 1st April 2020 and, finally, to all existing non-domestic leases by 1st April 2023.
MEES are based on EPCs and, under the new regulations, they will be set at an E rating and above, meaning that a property with an EPC rating of F or G would be labelled as sub-standard and unlawful to let. Enforcement of these regulations will be by Local Weights and Measures Authorities of Local Authorities who will be responsible for imposing and determining the level of penalty.
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Black Heath, Darlaston, Dudley, Great Barr,
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