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Goodbye Landlords Energy Savings Allowance


Thursday, March 26, 2015

Landlords Energy Savings Allowance Scrapped in 2015 Spring Budget The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne MP, unleashed a few controversial measures during last week’s pre-election 2015 spring budget, including an announcement that Landlords Energy Savings Allowance (LESA) will be scrapped at the end of March 2015. Over the last few years, the Landlords Energy [...]


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Keeping Rental Properties Warm, Dry And Appealing Over Winter


Tuesday, November 19, 2013

How To Keep Rental Properties Fit To Live In Over Winter Landlords know that in order to attract tenants looking for new homes during the winter months, their rental properties must be warm, dry and have enough appeal to make applicants want to live there. Below are a few ideas that can help landlords keep [...]


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Landlords Still Worried About Energy Efficiency


Wednesday, June 20, 2012

More than 17% (1 in 6) of UK PRS landlords reckon that some or all of the properties in their rental portfolio’s fall into the lowest Energy Performance Certificate categories, with an F or G rating, meaning that they could end up being banned from the rental market. From 2018 under the Government’s Green Deal [...]


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No EPC – No Deal!


Friday, March 16, 2012

From 6th April 2012, UK landlords and letting agents will be required to produce a new Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for all rental properties in England and Wales. Bringing the rules for letting and selling property into line. The new government rules mean that landlords and letting agents must ensure an Energy Performance Certificate, (EPC), [...]


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Is Your Rental Property Energy Efficient?


Monday, November 14, 2011

According to research conducted by the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA), 17% of UK landlords reckon their rental properties would fail Energy Performance Certification (EPC). Under the Government’s Green Deal proposals Landlords who own rental properties that fall into the lowest two categories of energy efficiency could be banned from the private rental market. [...]


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