Get Ready For The 2018 Deadline - Arrange Your Commercial EPC For Just £300 Today
If you are thinking about renting, selling or building a new commercial property, you will need a commercial EPC. The
Government proposes to prohibit commercial property owners and landlords from leasing their premises if the building does not satisfy certain energy performance ratings.
Regardless of this new legislation, a commercial EPC is a wise choice if you want to command the best rental prices or purchase price for your commercial property. This document shows any prospective tenant or buyer that your property has been energy assessed and rated using the standard grading system.
Will Your Commercial Premises Be In The 18% Failure Zone?
The Government predicts that 18% of all commercial properties will be restricted from being let following the rule change in April 2018. Will your property be one of those affected?
By booking your commercial EPC today, you can start to make any necessary energy improvements so that your property is ready for
renting and an attractive proposition for any prospective tenant.
Does Your Property Need A Commercial EPC?
You will need to arrange a commercial EPC if you plan to sell, rent or build a new commercial property. It may be necessary for your building to have multiple EPCs depending on how it is constructed and whether it has been altered in a certain way. We can give you advice on the rules that will apply to your specific property and what prepartions you need to make.
How The 2018 Deadline May Affect You
By the year 2018, the Government is planning to prohibit the leasing of commercial property that does not satisfy a specified energy rating. The role of the commercial EPC is to determine that rating by carrying out a number o
f energy assessments across your property. An EPC is valid for a period of 10 years and your building will be graded A to G, with A being the highest possible grading.
Avoid A Fine Of Up To £5,000 By Booking Your Commercial EPC Today
If you are unable to provide or refuse to provide a valid commercial EPC to a prospective tenant or buyer, you could be charged a penalty fine which could be in the region of between £500 and £5,000. You also face a risk of being banned completely from letting out your property if your commercial EPC energy rating falls short by the year 2018.
Call Us Today And Be Prepared
Forewarned is forearmed as they say and this could not be truer of the commercial EPC. Give our energy experts today to ensure your property continues to be profitable for you and attractive to prospective tenants. We would be delighted to arrange your commercial EPC today.