Procters Instructed to provide new EPCs for Investment Portfolio 2017.06.01

 Procters have been instructed to provide Energy Performance Certificates and advice for a large UK wide porfolio, in response to the upcoming Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) legislataion which comes into force in April 2018.

The implications for landlords are serious as property that does not meet the MEES of an E rating will be illegal to let, subject to various clarifications.

Portfolio holders,  especially, have become aware of the importance of obtaining correct EPCs and reviews where EPCs are below the required standards.

To this end Procters will be undertaking surveys throughout the UK and provding advice where appropriate on improviing EPC ratings on a wide range of property including shops, offices, science park buildings and Court buildings.


For futher information regarding MEES please look at our information sheet (click here) or speak to Nick Procter on 01759 301114.