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Plans for EPC reform

Plans to reform EPCs to improve their performance

7 August 2018 / By: / Under: News

A consultation is underway as the government aims to see how Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) can be reformed to encourage energy efficiency improvement across the private rented sector. Find out more.

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Landlords warned to be ready for 2020 EPC deadline

24 July 2018 / By: / Under: Landlords

New minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) were imposed from 1 April 2018, but a second deadline is set for 1 April 2020. Landlords are being told to start preparing for the second deadline in 2020 now. Find out more.

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Rents rise in London in the year to June 2018 

9 July 2018 / By: / Under: London Property News

Rents in London have increased in the year to June 2018, new data from Landbay’s Rental Index reveals. Read this article to find out more.

A quick guide to low energy lighting (for your buy-to-let)

 A quick guide to low energy lighting (for your buy-to-let)

1 November 2017 / By: / Under: Private Rental Sector, Landlords

In any discussion about lighting or lightbulbs, the words ‘energy efficiency’ and ‘low energy’ will inevitably arise. The old incandescent lightbulbs used a lot more energy in the production of

Warning for landlords to check energy efficiency ratings

Warning for landlords to check energy efficiency ratings

9 October 2017 / By: / Under: Landlords

Minimum energy efficiency standards are set to change next April, and landlords are being told to act now to make sure their properties meet the new regulations. The minimum energy

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