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  • Rebecca Gunn - Residential Conveyancing
    Landlords are your EPC’s up to scratch?
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    Landlords are your EPC’s up to scratch? If you are a landlord or contemplating becoming a landlord, it is advisable you start planning for the energy changes coming into force in April 2018. An Energy Performance Certificate (“EPC”) is required on any property sold or sub let and must be provided to any new tenant…. Learn more

  • What is a property’s EPC?
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    An EPC is an acronym of Energy Performance Certificate and provides information relating to the amount of estimated energy is needed for standard use of a property. The rating given to the property is expressed by colour and letters; with red (letter G) indicating an inefficient property and dark green (letter A) indicating a very… Learn more

  • Rebecca Gunn - Residential Conveyancing
    Changes to Energy Performance Regulations
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      Since the introduction of the 2012 EPC Regulations, which came into force last January 2013, landlord’s in Leicester are having to decide whether or not their premises should display the Energy Performance Certificate (‘EPC’). The changes will affect premises which are frequently visited by the public and have a floor area of more than… Learn more


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