The Future of Energy Efficiency in Renting

Landlords and rental property investors are now being encouraged to ensure their rentals not only adhere to the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard, but exceed this energy ...

How Do I Increase My EPC Rating?

How do I increase my EPC Rating, or why is my EPC rating so low are questions regularly poised by landlords looking to meet the MEES. With the heavy financial repercussions that ...

What Is the Minimum EPC Rating For a Rented Property?

Since the introduction of Energy Performance Certificates in 2008 the UK government has made a conscious effort to make the rental sector more accountable for its emissions and ...

Do I Need to Renew an EPC During a Tenancy?

Sometimes keeping on top of the numerous move in dates, deadlines, and sea of regulations can be enough for any seasoned landlord to let something slip through the net; and with ...

Modernising A Rental Property: A Landlord’s Guide

All rental properties eventually start to look dated. If the fixtures and fittings in yours are starting to look somewhat medieval and you’re about to list it via an online ...

Property Utility Bills: Who’s Responsible?

Despite what you may think, the responsibility of who pays the bills in a rental property can sometimes come under fire. This doesn’t just mean utilities. Should an appliance ...

Do Listed Buildings Require an EPC?

Through recent years, the government has attempted to fight energy wastage and to create homes which are more energy efficient. There are several key benefits here. The first is ...

Gas Safety: A Rental Property Guide

If you’re a landlord, then one of the most important things to get sorted asap is a Gas Safety Certificate, which is valid for one year. Fortunately, this is extremely easy to ...

Getting Green: Advice For Tenants

Getting green and staying green is one of the prime concerns of our age. As a tenant, there are also extra benefits when trying to achieve a higher energy efficiency. Small things ...

Landlord Tips for Managing White and Brown Goods

As a landlord you may decide to rent out your property with white and brown goods included. White goods are large kitchen appliances such as a fridge, cooker, freezer, washing ...