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Energy performance certificates (EPC) 



Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and new homes: A builder's guide

From 6 April 2008 it has been law to provide an Energy Performance Certificate for all new and newly built homes that are completed after that date.

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives information on the building's energy efficiency and further information can be found in this leaflet.

Home buyers and sellers guide to Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

The EPC is a compulsory document included in a Home Information Pack (HIP). Anyone putting up a home for sale will need to commission a HIP which must include and Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) based on the energy assessment of their home.

The Government is introducing Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) to give consumers information about the energy efficiency of a home they are considering buying.
 
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and renting homes: A landlord's guide

From 1 October 2008 landlords are required to provide an Energy Performance Certificate when they rent out a home.

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives information on the energy efficiency of a property you want to let and further information can be found in this leaflet.

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and renting homes: A tenant's guide

From 1 October 2008 landlords must provide an Energy Performance Certificate to people who want to rent a home from them.

An energy performance certificate (EPC) gives you information about the energy efficiency of the home you want to rent.


 

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