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  • DCHI is an association of qualified and accredited Domestic and Commercial Energy Assessors and Residential Property Surveyors.

Congratulations to Quidos who have announced that Landmark have agreed to their request for a VAT refund from April 2010 for the VAT which had been incorrectly charged on the Central Register Fee.  Philip Salaman, Quidos Managing Director, said  "We are currently consulting with our professional advisers and accountants as to how best we might now facilitate a recovery for our customers, with respect to the VAT element of mandatory Landmark fees.  Please bear with us as this is no small task due to the potential number of invoices this affects."

Lets hope this is a first step and all of the other accreditation bodies will rapidly be following suit as the sums involved are very significant for many assessors.

More details can be found at http://quidos.co.uk/quidos-access-vat-recovery-assessors/


QUIDOS GETS THE VAT BACK! 7th February 2014

WHY USE A DCHI MEMBER?

epc-fAll of our members are fully qualified and insured so no matter how small or large your requirement is you can rest assured of a professional assessment or survey and all of our members live and work in the region and will be able to use their knowledge of local construction methods and materials to make sure that every aspect of your property is properly taken into account. 

MORE THAN JUST ASSESSMENTS & SURVEYS

servicesOur members often provide additional services including high quality floor-plans, photography, air conditioning tests, thermal imaging and inventories to name just a few.  Use our find a member button to find members near you and find out what extra services they can provide

ASSESSOR OR SURVEYOR?

DEcWhy not join today?  Membership allows you to attend monthly meetings across the region, get free / subsidised training, attend specialist site visits and trips, participate in the online forum where you can discuss issues and meet other assessors in your area and be part of an organisation that provides you with a voice at government level.