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Will a bad EPC rating effect my commercial property sale or rental value?

In the past there has been one very short answer to this question ‘no’. But the playing field is about to change .

This will clearly divide properties into two categories; those that you can let, and those you can’t. Landlords and letting agents are getting wise to the importance of having a good EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) rating for their commercial properties, as having empty, unusable space on their books, is just not good business sense.

Values are bound to be adversely effected for the poorer scoring properties, but I also believe that no property is beyond ‘saving’. Through experience, I know that small changes to the lighting, heating, building fabric and even the quality of the survey data used by the assessor can have a big impact on the final rating.

It’s possible that a small amount of investment might be needed by landlords, but I have found that in many cases, a good re-survey of a property by an experienced assessor, can be just as productive in improving your rating.

Speak to us today about simple and cost effective ways to improve your EPC – we will tailor a plan to your property with the sole purpose of getting your EPC rating up. 

– Sarah, Commercial EPC Assessor and CAD Technician

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YEP Nottingham Launch

Thursday 19th July 2018 from 6pm onwards

Brewhouse & Kitchen, Trent Bridge, Nottingham NG2 2GS

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