Name: Energy Performance Certificates for Landlords
Description: Energy Performance Certificates for Landlords
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Energy Performance Certificates for Landlords

From 1 October 2008, if you are renting out your property, you will need to provide an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) prepared by an accredited Energy Assessor to any prospective tenant. There is no need to obtain an Energy Performance Certificate for an existing tenancy. Once obtained, a certificate remains valid for up to 10 years. If a valid Energy Performance Certificate still exists when changing tenants no new certificate is required. This applies to both private and social sector landlords and tenants.

Energy Performance Certificates from Gov website

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and renting homes: A landlord's guide from Communities and Local Government Website

Energy performance certificates for dwellings in the social and private rented sectors: A guide for landlords PDF, 639.46 KB from Communities and Local Government Website

Last Updated: 21st September 2018 Print Link

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