New minimum standards for energy efficiency in properties

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In April 2018, the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) came into force in England and Wales. These regulations apply to both domestic and non-domestic rented properties, plus mixed-use developments, comprising both residential and commercial premises.

Under MEES, it is now illegal for a landlord to let or renew a lease on a residential or commercial property if the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) score falls below an ‘E’ rating.

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