Where a dwelling is being let an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) will be required.
An EPC is required as follows:-
There are fixed penalties for failing to provide an EPC/make one available when required. The fixed penalty for dwellings is £200 per dwelling. There is a six month time limit for any enforcement action to be taken.
What changes have been made?
Changes took effect as from the 9th January 2013 as follows:-
What is a dwelling?
Who provides EPCs?
How long does an EPC last?
What does an EPC do?
What recommendations will an EPC make?
What must the landlord do before letting a dwelling?
What must the landlord do before marketing the property to rent?
When must an EPC be obtained?
What happens if an EPC is not available within 7 days?
What is the responsibility of agents?
When must an EPC be provided?
How to hand over the EPC?
What about property particulars?
What about advertisements?
What happens if an EPC is not available when you prepare an advertisement or particulars for the property?
Who is responsible for an EPC?
What about emergencies?
What about tenancy renewals?
When is an EPC not needed?
For what types of property is an EPC required?
What is likely to be the impact of an EPC on the tenant?
How do you get an EPC?
How are EPCs enforced?
What about getting into the property to have an EPC prepared?
What happens if a property is sub-let?
Who can access EPC's?
Can I opt out of having my EPC data made publicly available?
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