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There’s likely to be a regional offices 're-fit race' if some local authority civic leaders get their way. According to Jeff Pearey, head of regional office agency at JLL, over 300 local authorities have...
The Minister for Business, Energy and Corporate Responsibility has acknowledged that the financial burden of green upgrades for homes falls more heavily on landlords than homeowners. When quizzed during a Lords debate on raising...
A leading buy-to-let blogger says landlords should ‘wait and see’ what extra grants the government offers them as the two EPC upgrade deadlines get nearer, rather than spending thousands on improvements now. The Secret...
National property consultancy Vail Williams, has issued a warning “call to arms” over the energy efficient energy standards of buildings in the capital. Too much complacency Many small to medium enterprises...
The sale of new boilers that are only able to run on natural gas could face being banned by 2026 according to recent information published by the UK government. The Government is currently consulting...
Post-COVID, the landscape for landlords and lettings business owners faces further regulation. The latest potential squeeze on landlords revolves around the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards, which could take effect in 2025; these changes will...
Getting a good EPC rating is important for rentals to meet the MEES regulations, and in future even higher ratings will be demanded, but this can be a challenge for some landlords… Since October...
The Crown Estate is one of the largest property managers in the United Kingdom, administering property worth £14.1 billion, with urban properties valued at £9.1 billion. It’s an independent commercial business, created by...
By aiming for higher than the minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) “E” rating when improving their privately rented homes, landlords will not only improve the energy efficiency of their rentals, adding to the comfort and reducing the...
There are plans to change the energy performance (EPC) minimum ratings of privately rented homes in England and Wales from band E, to EPC band C, which would apply for all new tenancies from 2025 and all...