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Commercial AssessorCommercial Energy Performance


What is a Commercial EPC?

The Commercial Energy Performance Certificate provides information regarding the energy efficiency of the particular property. This also includes a recommendation report for improving the energy efficiency of the property, allowing the new owners/tenants to make an informed decision on the carbon consumption and how to make any potential savings on their energy costs.

Current Commercial EPC Legislation

  • As of 4th January 2009, all commercial property for let or sale now require a commercial Energy Performance Certificate. It is now mandatory that an EPC is in place prior to marketing a commercial property.
  • -The commercial Energy Performance Certificate informs you how energy efficient the commercial property is on a scale of A-G, A - being the most efficient. It also informs you on a scale of A-G about the impact the property has on the environment.
  • -Newly constructed commercial buildings also require an EPC.
  • -Commercial Energy Performance Certificates are valid for 10 years.
  • -Non-compliance with commercial Energy Performance Certificate legislation can result in penalties of 12.5% of the rateable value of the property. Minimum £500 to maximum £5,000.

Commercial Properties Excempt from EPC

  • -Lease renewals or extensions that were in place prior to 1st October 2008.
  • -Stand alone buildings less than 50 square metres.
  • -Properties with consent to be demolished within a 2 year period.
  • -Places of worship.

Commercial Assessor

  • Commercial Energy Performance Certificates are generated by fully qualified commercial energy assessors.
  • Fully qualified at level 3 and level 4 with a vast amount of experience in both levels.
  • Professional Service
  • NHER Accreditation Scheme

Area Covered

Epc Surrey, Epc Hampshire, Epc Berkshire, Epc Sussex

Contact Us

For more information regarding EPCs and our services please contact us on 07787 556 125. Alternatively you can contact us via email by using the form on the Contact Us page of this website.

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