We developed our EPC exemption service in order to manage suitable and qualifying portfolio assets affected by the changes to the regulatory environment from 1st April 2016. Now Tenants can apply for consent to carry out energy efficiency improvements in privately rented properties, from 1st April 2018, buildings with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of F or G can no longer be marketed for rent or lease; further rules come into effect from 1 April 2023 and non-compliance will attract a financial penalty linked to the rateable value of a building. Tenants of lower rating properties will have the right to ask landlords to make improvements to epc ratings and this is a huge burden for portfolio owners and managers.
Exemption for individual properties can be claimed under certain conditions and working with high profile legal advisers we have developed a compliant and effective route for residential EPC exemption. The application process is fully managed by Energyx2 independently, following a process of assessment and due diligence.
If you have properties within your portfolio that you think are suitable for EPC exemption make contact with us and outline your objectives via the button below.