Stacey Surveys Ltd
Phone: 01443 442840 for more information
All commercial property in Tenby that is sold or let must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) commissioned prior to, or within 7 days of being put on the market, after which time fines can be imposed.
It is the action of selling, letting of the commercial property in Tenby that triggers the requirement for an EPC. Therefore existing occupiers prior to October 2008, and tenants will not require an EPC unless they sell, assign or sublet their interest.
Stacey Surveys have been supplying Commercial energy performance certificates to the Tenby area for over 10 years. Please call us for a very competitive quote from a family business.
There are a few things to consider when looking to commission a commercial EPC. The key thing is to make sure you provide your assessor with as much information as they require, and allow them access to the whole property. This will ensure that you get a more accurate reflection of your property. The more information you provide, the less the assessor will have to assume default values, these are always poor and will produce a much lower rating on your EPC rating. This could be vital with the new MEES regulations coming into force in 2018
We have carried out 1000’s of commercial EPC assessments over the past 10 years, throughout South and West Wales.
If you are renting, selling or commissioning commercial building then you will require a EPC. It is a legal requirement, and fines can be imposed if not adhered to
Non-domestic buildings present a significant opportunity to economically reduce the UK’s carbon footprint: – A 35% CO2 reduction by 2020 can be achieved with a net benefit to the UK of at least £4bn1.
Is it worth updating an EPC certificate?
Yes, there are a number of other reasons for updating an EPC, such as the certificate may have expired, the building may have changed use or been upgraded.