Don't get caught out

Don't get caught out

12 months to go until the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) come into force.

As of 1 April 2018, MEES will make it unlawful for landlords to let a building which fails to meet the minimum required E energy rating. While many are aware of the risk of F and G registered properties, few have considered the impact this could have on D and E rated properties that could also be caught out by the regulations in the next 12 months.

In the latest edition of Estates Gazette (1 April 2017), Ben Strange from Lambert Smith Hampton’s building consultancy team; Nick Wood, partner, and Helen Pickard, associate, from Nabarro; and Danielle Drummond-Brassington, partner, at CMS Cameron McKenna take a look at what landlord’s need to do to prepare for MEES.

To read the article in full, click here or here to find out more about the regulations.

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