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Planning, building and the environment
Energy performance certificates for dwellings in the social and private rented sectors: A guide for landlords

Energy performance certificates for dwellings in the social and private rented sectors: A guide for landlords

Published 30 June 2008
Type(s) Good practice and guidance
Site Planning, building and the environment
Product code 08BD05406
ISBN 9781409802150
Price Free

Summary

This publication provides guidance to landlords in the social and private rented sectors understand their responsilbity for making Energy Performance Certificates available when renting a property.

The guidance will help landlords to understand:

  • the basic legal requirements relating to EPCs
  • the situations for which EPCs will be required
  • at which point a dwelling may require an EPC, how to obtain an EPC and how long the EPC can be expected to be valid for
  • what an EPC will contain and what the tenant will receive
  • the implications for the validity of the EPC if the dwelling's energy effi ciency is improved

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