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Here’s a lesson for overzealous landlords

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A Portsmouth buy-to-let landlord thought he would take advantage of the renovation efforts on his Victorian house in Southsea to meet the...

TECH launch: Platform promises to take hassle out of gas, electricity...

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New online platform Symple promises to take the hassle out of arranging property certifications and inspections. The system guarantees...

‘Give landlords more time to upgrade properties to new energy efficiency...

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A leading industry lobbying organisation says the government’s proposed draconian minimum energy efficiency standards or MEES are unfair to landlords.

Landlords advised to future-proof properties by aiming higher with EPC standards

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By aiming for higher than the minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) “E” rating when improving their privately rented homes, landlords will not...

Exclusive blog: Are we all ready for the green upgrade challenge?

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As the Covid-19 pandemic dominates our lives it's difficult to look beyond the immediate future. But life and lettings go on including...

REVEALED: the cities where government is piloting harsher rental EPC ‘policing’

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LandlordZONE can reveal the cities where the government is piloting harsher enforcement of its Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) which from April...

Electrical safety: landlords now have a month to comply of face...

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The new Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) came into force today giving landlords until July 1st to...

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

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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

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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

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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,...