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Important Information for Commercial Landlords

The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 introduces the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards ("MEES") which are to be implemented from 1 April 2018. MEES will have an impact on all commercial properties that require an EPC What are MEES? MEES require commercial properties to have an energy rating of E or above. Therefore, if your property has a rating of F or G, it will be deemed to be unlawful under MEES. The aim of MEES is to improve the energy efficiency of the UK's older buildings in a move to reduce harmful emissions and greenhouse gases. MEES will affect both domestic and non-domestic properties however, this article will focus on non-domestic

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