What is an EPC? 

  As part of a European Directive, an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is still mandatory if you intend to rent your property. EPCs will provide information on a building’s energy efficiency using a sliding scale – ‘A’ being the most efficient, to ‘G’ the least efficient (see example graph to the right). In addition to…

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Due to changes in the current Lettings Market, if you are marketing a property to let, by law you are required to have an energy performance certificate (EPC) in place within 7 days of marketing it. Also, the full report must also be provided to prospective tenants rather than just the graph showing energy efficiency,…

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From October 2008 landlords offering property for rent will be required by law to provide prospective tenants with an Energy Performance Certificate for their property. EPCs will be valid for 10 years and a free copy must be provided to any prospective Tenant either when any written information is provided or at the point of…

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Landlords – What is an EPC?

As part of a European Directive, an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is still mandatory if you intend to rent your property. EPCs will provide information on a building’s energy efficiency using a sliding scale – ‘A’ being the most efficient, to ‘G’ the least efficient (see example graph to the right). In addition to the…

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From October 2008 landlords offering property for rent will be required by law to provide prospective tenants with an Energy Performance Certificate for their property. EPCs will be valid for 10 years and a free copy must be provided to any prospective Tenant either when any written information is provided or at the point of…

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