MEES Regulations and commercial property
By Richard Hamilton, head of the property team at Davis Blank Furniss
The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES), which came into force in England and Wales earlier this year, applies to private rented residential and non-domestic property and is aimed at encouraging landlords and property owners to improve the energy efficiency of their properties by a restriction on the granting and continuation of existing tenancies where the property has an Energy Performance Certificate Rating of F and G.
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