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Thanks to lockdown… In April 2018, it became a legal requirement for residential landlords to ensure that properties offered to new residential tenants had a minimum EPC (energy performance certificate) rating of ‘E.’ As of this year (1st April 2020) Landlords must ensure that all homes for residential Tenants, whether existing or renewing, have a […]

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The Ten Year Rule

Energy performance certificates (or EPC’s for short) last ten years, that’s because a lot can change in a decade – boilers might change, insulation might change, even the windows might be replaced, hence if you are selling a home you’ll need an up to date EPC to comply with the law. If it’s up to […]

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Carmarthenshire Landlords Events May 2019

Libra Energy is pleased to promote 2 events that are running in Carmarthenshire and Llanelli to support Landlords with lots of useful information. Both events are identical, meaning if you can’t make the one, there is another date available. Guest speakers will be presenting and discussing current hot topics. The hot topics include : The latest […]

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Landlords pay to bring properties up to energy efficiency standards

Landlords pay to bring properties up to energy efficiency standards This November saw changes that effect Landlords in England & Wales. Energy and Clean Growth Minister Claire Perry announced that the Government will make landlords in England and Wales pay up to £3500 for making improvements to rented properties to bring the properties in line [...]
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