DCHI Responds to the consultation to amend The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 in relation to domestic properties to remove the “no cost to the...Read more
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...Read more
Figures published by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) this week highlight some worrying figures for the Government’s flagship energy saving scheme. The only figure which seemed to...Read more
Landmark's announcement at the start of January that they would no longer be charging VAT on their lodgement fees for domestic and non-domestic EPCs is causing widespread confusion throughout the...Read more
Around 17 per cent of commercial buildings could be unlettable by 2018 under new Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) regulations, warns an environment and engineering consultancy.
Provisions detailed in the Energy Act...Read more
New government figures show first Green Deal plan has been completed, with a further 418 in the pipeline.
The UK has completed its first Green Deal package, marking a milestone for...Read more
New requirements for energy efficiency certificates in Spain have led to unqualified assessors taking advantage of unsuspecting homeowners.
The Spanish government introduced legislation last month anybody selling or renting a...Read more
Since January when the Green Deal first launched, there have been 44,479 assessments. Of these, only 36 homeowners have decided to finalise loans, and of these 36 none have yet...Read more
A new £20 million Green Deal Communities scheme to help local authorities drive street-by-street delivery of the Green Deal has been announced today. Under new proposals from the Department of...Read more