Energy Performance Certificates
& Efficiency Advice
Procters have undertaken thousands of surveys providing EPCs for all types of property including:
Offices, Out of town retail units, Ice cream factories, Supermarkets, Shops, Railway stations, Large and small industrial/warehouse units
We specialise in portfolio work where our clients benefit from economies of scale.
Our clients also include single property owners as well as investors, asset managers and multiple occupiers.
With the Energy Act 2011 and the advent of Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) which came into effect in April 2018 it is now more important than ever that property owners are aware of the efficiencies of their buildings and also work to improve them. It is now unlawful to let a property with an EPC rating of worse than E (subject to a few exceptions).
In April 2023 it will be unlawful to continue to let a building with an EPC rating worse than an E.
Improving Energy Performance:
Improving Property Values
There are significant energy savings to be found in many properties and we believe that by improving a property’s energy efficiency, its value is also improved.
We offer advice on how to improve energy efficiency and how investment can be tailored to benefit from financial incentives, such as low interest financing and Enhanced Capital Allowances.
On behalf of St Modwen, Procters surveyed the factory complex comprising over 1million square feet and provided the EPCs within a week.