Energy performance certificates for dwellings in the social and private rented sectors: A guide for landlords
||30 June 2008
Good practice and guidance
||Planning, building and the environment
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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