MEES Extension: A sign of things to come for domestic landlords

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Maria Connolly of law firm TLT explains why new energy efficiency rules for landlords are only heading in one direction

Landlords of domestic properties could be obliged to pay up to £2,500 for energy improvement works from 1 April 2019. In a consultation issued last month, the government sought to deliver on its promise...

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