CRC and the Energy Efficiency Legislative Landscape: The Road Ahead

The deadline for Phase 2, Year 2 of the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Scheme is tomorrow! Here at EVORA, we are helping our clients to submit their CRC annual reports by tomorrow’s deadline. However, there are many challenges to come. What’s happening with the energy efficiency legislative landscape? It has been announced that the Department…

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Why MEES is Changing Behaviour Two Years Ahead of the Compliance Date

The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) regulations will make it unlawful from April 2018 to let buildings in England and Wales which do not achieve a minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of E. This will initially apply to new lettings and renewals only, but from 2023 will apply to all existing leases as well.…

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Legal Update: Scotland’s Energy Efficiency Programme

Changes to Scottish Energy Performance in Building Regulations Publicity surrounding the introduction of Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES), which set a minimum EPC rating of E for leasing of properties from April 2018, has increased significantly in recent months, and rightly so. However, the Scottish Government has chosen to implement a different approach to drive…

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Property Firms Vulnerable to MEES Regulations

Only 57% of property firms have assessed the impacts of the upcoming Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) on their portfolios, according to new research conducted by Bilfinger GVA. The MEES regulations, due to come into force in April 2018, will make it unlawful to let or sublet properties in England & Wales with the two…

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