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Home Resident Housing Information for Landlords Energy Efficiency in Privately Let Homes

Energy Efficiency in Privately Let Homes


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Most privately let property must have energy performance certificate rating of E or above.

Some property can be exempt from this standard for a range of reasons. Guidance on this can be found here:

Government website- Private rented sector energy efficiency

Landlords who create tenancies for non-exempted, F or G rated properties can be fined. After 1st April 2020, it will be unlawful for landlords to continue to let F or G rated properties.

If any energy efficiency improvements are required, you might be eligible for the following schemes:

  • Eco-flex –Click here for information about eco flex on the Councils webpage.
  • NEST – Click here to find out about the NEST scheme on their website.

If you have a substandard property, please contact us for advice and assistance before you give notice to tenants. 

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