If you are selling or renting out your property, whether through an estate agent or privately, you will need an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).
An EPC provides ratings for the energy performance and environmental impact of a property from "A" (most efficient) to "G" (least efficient) and makes suggestions as to what you can do to improve the rating.
Failure to provide an EPC may result in fines being issed by Trading Standards.
An EPC is valid for 10 years and can be reused as many times as necessary during that time.
At Harland & Co we can check the EPC database to find out whether or not your property already has a certificate. If there is no certificate we can put you in touch with an accredited energy assessor who will visit your property, carry out an assessment and produce the certificate.
For further advice and information, please get in touch with us.
Our EPCs Team
- Alison Street
Alison joined Harland & Co’s property department in 1996 and qualified as a licensed conveyancer in June 2005. As part of the residential property team she mainly handles residential property transactions, but she has also acted for developers in plot sales and on new-build developments.
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- Catherine Edge
Catherine studied sociology at the University of York before converting to law. She started her training contract with Harland & Co in January 2007 before qualifying in 2009.
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- Diane Grayson
Diane joined Harland & Co in 1999 and has been a director since 2004. She deals with all aspects of property work but specialises in commercial property matters. Diane currently heads up the residential property department.
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- Simon Cowell
Simon is the managing director of Harland & Co and head of its commercial property department. Prior to joining Harland & Co in 1996 he worked for Legal 500 firms in the North East of England and was an in-house property solicitor for a substantial plc.
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