EPC (Energy Performance Certificates) and MEES (Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards)

Our compliance service provides comprehensive support for property owners, occupiers and management companies to navigate the regulatory requirements surrounding energy efficiency in buildings.

With the introduction of MEES, buildings must achieve a minimum energy efficiency rating to be legally let to tenants. Our service ensures that your properties not only meet these standards but are also positioned to improve their energy performance over time.

We offer detailed assessments to generate accurate EPCs, identify where properties fall short of MEES and recommend cost-effective modelling & improvements to enhance energy efficiency.

This proactive approach not only ensures compliance but also enhances the marketability and value of your properties by achieving higher EPC ratings.

Benefits To Client:

Regulatory Compliance: Ensure property compliance with current EPC requirements and MEES regulations, avoiding potential fines and leasing restrictions.

Marketability and Tenant Satisfaction: Properties with higher energy efficiency ratings are often more marketable and attractive to environmentally conscious tenants. By demonstrating a commitment to sustainability and reducing energy costs for tenants, property managers can improve tenant satisfaction and retention rates.

Energy Efficiency Improvements: Identify, plan and implement measures to improve the energy efficiency of properties, reducing energy consumption and costs.

Enhanced Decision-Making & Time Saving: Intuitive dashboards provide clear, actionable insights that enable users to make informed decisions quickly. By presenting data in a visually appealing and understandable manner, these dashboards help users identify trends, patterns, and anomalies
more effectively.

Enhanced Property Value: Improve the attractiveness of properties to tenants and buyers by achieving higher EPC ratings.

Strategic Planning: Receive expert advice on planning for future regulatory changes and market changes, ensuring that properties remain compliant and future-proofed. Investment in energy-efficient upgrades and maintaining high-quality EPC ratings can protect the long-term value and profitability of property portfolios.