Thousands of UK commercial landlords could be at risk from MEES energy efficiency rules - and they don't even know it

Madeleine Cuff
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Thousands of commercial properties could have an actual EPC rating lower than currently recorded
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Thousands of commercial properties could have an actual EPC rating lower than currently recorded

New data suggests even those buildings with a compliant 'E' rating may actually be in breach of new legislation entering into force in April

There are thousands of commercially rented properties in the UK that have poor enough energy efficiency ratings to put them at immediate risk of breaching new guidelines entering into force this April....

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