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Additionally, the following types of buildings will not require an EPC:
buildings and monuments officially protected as part of a designated environment or because of special architectural or historic merit in so far as compliance with certain energy efficiency requirements would unacceptably alter character or appearance.
buildings used as places of worship and for religious activities
temporary buildings with a planned time of use of two years or less.
residential buildings which are intended to be used less than four months of the year.
stand-alone buildings with a total useful floor area of less than 50m².
EPCs are not required on sale or rent for buildings due to be demolished, provided the seller or landlord can demonstrate that:
the building is to be sold or rented out with vacant possession
the building is suitable for demolition and the resulting site is suitable for redevelopment
all relevant planning permissions, listed building consents and conservation area consents exist in relation to the demolition and
they believe, on reasonable grounds, that a prospective buyer or tenant intends to demolish the building (e.g. on evidence of an application for application for planning permission)