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Entire estate portfolio reviewed and assessed for Energy Performance standards.
Minimum Energy Efficiency Scheme
Existing (residential and commercial) buildings as of April 2018 cannot be let with an EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) rating of F or G.
Help, I've got an F rating!
A worrying prospect seems to be that 20% of the housing and property stock is predicted to be facing unlettable properties. All is not lost as in most cases we find old/original ratings are sometimes inaccurate and warrant a review.
Where no change can be made based upon the current building, LEC can provide a recommendation uplift report/options to help evaluate minimum capex impact or assist with the exemption route.
For all MEES and EPC enquiries, please contact us.
New Academy gets 'A' rating.
A six-storey extension to the Birmingham City University campus at Eastside.The extension to the existing £63 million Curzon Building includes teac
New further education building, part of phased works, meeting local planning requirements.
Refurbishment of Corinthia Hotel, London and all suites.
Top of the class with this energy performance.
£17 million super school saving energy
Working with LEC the Argent Group, representatives of the Fairfax Meadows Europe, sought to ensure all their buildings are MEES compliant.
Seven storey office block with renewable set in business sector of Reading.
Extension works to high performing school.