With proposed new Government legislation coming into effect April 2018, Holland Broadbridge is advising landlords of the likely changes to impact the Private Rental Sector (PRS).

The Regulations state that it will be unlawful to let a property which fails to achieve a minimum E rating on its energy performance. According to Fiona Kavanagh, lettings manager at Holland Broadbridge the changes will require landlords to review their Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) for properties falling below the required E Band rating.

“By supporting landlords and providing advance notice of potential works required on their properties, landlords can carry out the necessary measures in a timely manner, to help boost energy efficiency levels and meet the required minimum E standard, or above,” says Fiona.

“With tenants becoming increasingly discerning, it is our responsibility as a leading local lettings agent to provide landlords with up-to-date information and guidance to maximise the market appeal of their properties and deliver the best return on investment.”

Established in 1993, Holland Broadbridge works with over 800 landlords across the county. The agent has an enviable track record for the delivery of managed and unmanaged lettings services, to meet both landlord and tenant needs. For further information contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01743 357000 (option 2).

For more information on the proposed Government energy efficiency standards, click on the following link: http://bit.ly/2nwcylM 

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