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Report says Buy-to-let landlords could face £3500 energy bill

Energy Efficiency: Introduced in April (2018) all rented premises in England and Wales must meet Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) of an EPC rating set...

Landlord borrowers must conform to new EPC regulations

Buy-to-Let Mortgages: Buy to let lenders will increasingly demand to see that landlord borrowers are complying with the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) regulations which...

Make Energy Improvements Tax Deductible Say Landlords

MEES: Energy efficiency improvements undertaken by landlords and recommended on Energy Performance Certificates should be tax deductible the country’s leading landlord organisation argues. From 1st April,...

New Energy Regulations could scupper mortgage renewals

MEES & Mortgage Renewals: Private landlords hoping to fix their mortgage rate ahead of any further increases in bank base rates, and those who rushed-in...

Energy Efficiency Minimum Standards

MEES 1st April 2018: Former solicitor, Tessa Shepperson’s latest newsletter provides a timely reminder for the MEES, (Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards) affecting residential landlords from...

New Guide on Meeting Minimum Energy Standards

Energy Efficient Properties: The Government has just issued new guidance on complying with minimum EPC standards. With just six months to go now until the Minimum...

RLA Secures £1.5m Energy Funding Pot for Members

Energy Efficiency: The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has secured a £1.5m funding pot from energy company E.ON to install energy efficiency improvements in members’ properties...

Rural Landlords Voice Concerns over MEES

Rural Lettings: The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) are due to become a legal requirement from next April, when it will be illegal to let...