Fifth of commercial rental buildings in race to meet energy efficiency deadline

Michael Holder
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Fifth of commercial rental buildings in race to meet energy efficiency deadline

Research finds 115,000 commercial rental properties in England and Wales yet to reach minimum E rating ahead of April 2018 deadline

Nearly a fifth of commercial rental properties in England and Wales do not yet meet statutory minimum energy efficiency standards due to come into force from April next year, new research has revealed...

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