From 1 April 2018 Landlords need to be aware that all new tenancy agreements must show that the property has a minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of E.
By April 2020 for domestic and April 2023 for commercial, Landlords need to ensure all your rented properties must hold a minimum EPC rating of E.
With fines of up to £5,000 for Landlords if any of your properties fail to meet the new rules, now is the time to start assessing and improving the energy efficiency of any properties you rent out.
South Coast Surveying can carry out energy assessments on all the properties you own and help you to apply for grants and funding to keep your financial contribution to a minimum.
We will also manage any energy efficiency works you want to implement and will get you the very best deals from our network of trusted suppliers.
Whether you rent one property or have a substantial portfolio, you can rely on South Coast Surveying to help you meet the deadline for the new rules and improve the long-term value and energy efficiency of your properties at the same time.