- Complying with the non-domestic private rented property minimum standard
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- What is the background to this guidance?
- What leases are covered?
- Are there any exemptions and how is the private rented sector exemptions register (PRS exemption register) going to work?
- What does third party consent under Energy Efficiency Regulations 2015, reg 31 mean for landlords?
- What are the practical implications for landlords?
- What are the practical implications for tenants?
Property analysis: In February 2017, the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) issued guidance for landlords and enforcement authorities on the minimum level of energy efficiency required to let non-domestic property under the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015. Helen Pickard, associate at CMS, assesses the proposals.
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