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A government consultation has launched seeking to amend the current Energy Efficiency Regulations and improve the energy performance of private rented homes in the UK. One of the main proposals is to bring

Back in July, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a Green Homes Grant Scheme as part of the government's £3 billion energy efficiency plan. The scheme, open from 30th September 2020, provides partial funding for

There are a few things that are changing in the private rental sector over the coming months. To make things easier for you, we've put together a list of what's coming your way

In 2018, EPC requirements changed for landlords through the introduction of a minimum energy rating of 'E' or above for new tenancies. Now, this rule applies to all tenancies, not just new ones.

As we're half way into the first month of 2020, it's vital that landlords and investors know what this year has in store for the property sector. To keep you in the loop,

Being a landlord comes with a lot of legal responsibilities – which, unfortunately, also means a lot of paperwork. Fishing out your certificates and putting together your legal landlord documents isn’t exactly a

A landlord's right to access property is a contentious topic. It's not unusual to hear about landlords being accused of trespassing or sued for unlawful entry by a disgruntled tenant.  Although a property

Residential lettings can be confusing. With over 160 laws and regulations related to renting, there's a lot of complicated jargon thrown around. Landlords and tenants can not be expected to know every lettings

We recently considered that the requirement to provide an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is now over 10 years old and that some of the earliest certificates are expiring. The requirement of EPCs for

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