The Energy Performance of Buildings (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2018 (SI 2018/362)
Short Summary of the Legislation
These Regulations require energy performance certificates and recommendations for improvement of the energy performance of the building to be produced when buildings are constructed, sold or rented out. They also require energy certificates to be displayed in larger public buildings and air-conditioning systems to be inspected at regular intervals.
They come into force on the 6th April 2018.
These Regulations amend fees for entering data onto the register of energy performance certificates (EPC), display energy certificates (DEC) and air conditioning inspection reports.
Fees are charged for entering data onto the register of energy performance certificates (EPC), display energy certificates (DEC) and air conditioning inspection reports.
From 6th April 2018 fees will be changed to the following levels:
£1.86 for entering data from which an EPC relating to a dwelling may be produced; and
£9.84 for entering data from which the following can be produced:
an EPC which relates to a building other than a dwelling;
a DEC; or
an inspection report.
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