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Budget Banishes CRC – And An Extension Of ESOS Could Still Be On The Cards

The Chancellor announced in today's Budget that the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) will be abolished, with effect from 2019. The financial aspects of the CRC will be replaced by an...

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Minimum energy efficiency standards: Will minimal enforcement mean minimal impact?

You may recall that earlier this year the government published its response to the consultation on minimum energy efficiency standards for domestic and commercial buildings, a day after...

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The Heat is On

The shockwave travelling around the property industry at the moment is that landlords of multi-let buildings who operate communal central heating systems are considered to be suppliers of...

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Legal A-Z: "E" is for EPC

Q. I own a commercial building that has just become vacant.  I would like to rent it out again, and my agent has asked me for my EPC.  What is it and do I need one? An Energy Performance...

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EPCs: To display or not to display, that is the question!

Remember last week we blogged about the new requirement to state the EPC asset rating in commercial advertising for sales and lettings?  Well, the story doesn't end there.  Another key...

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It's as easy as EPC? New Regs on Marketing particulars

Cast your mind back to October 2011.  You may well remember a subtle change in the law which had pretty far-reaching consequences.  Agents could no longer lawfully issue written particulars ...

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Second annual Welbeck strategic land debate

On 24 September 2012 Hogan Lovells hosted the Second Annual Welbeck Strategic Land Debate.  Chaired by Property Week's Editor-in-Chief, Giles Barrie, Chris Tinker of Crest Nicholson and Liz ...

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