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With the coming changes to EPC ratings in 2018, this is a reminder to both new and experienced landlords to let you know what energy efficiency measures you can implement to avoid falling short of the law.

If you are an existing landlord and you have properties where your EPC rating falls is below E, here are some quick fix solutions for busy landlords. 

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You must bring your rental properties up to a minimum EPC rating of E by 1 April 2018, otherwise you will not be able to let your property legally.

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If you’re looking to invest in a new property a good EPC matters the infographic above explains why the EPC rating should be a landlord’s priority when deciding whether a property is a worthy investment.

Two Nottingham based companies who have collaborated to create this piece of useful content. Fairview Estates and Greenvision Energy

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