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Energy Efficiency Hotting Up

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Malcolm Poynter

Malcolm Poynter – Partner

Most properties are now required to have an Energy Performance Certificate. In relation to commercial buildings it will be unlawful as from the 1st April 2018 to let a property which has an energy performance rating lower than E. This may seem a long way off but landlords should be bearing this in mind when they acquire properties or own properties below this standard which they may wish to let in the future.   This will also apply if the landlord then wishes to renew the lease to an existing tenant or indeed extend the term.

For further details please contact Malcolm Poynter on 01635 521212 or malcolm.poynter@clmlaw.co.uk

Written by Malcolm Poynter

October 15th, 2015 at 4:01 pm