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New EPC rules mean buy-to-let landlords could face costs of £8,500

As of 1 April, landlords could face fines and steep home improvement costs if their properties don't meet energy efficiency standards.

Buy-to-let landlords face energy efficiency bills of £3,500

Which? explains changes to Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) which mean landlords will now need to pay to improve their EPC rating.

Could you save £500 a year by buying a new-build home?

Which? assesses new data that shows how much buyers of new-build homes can save on their energy bills compared to those purchasing existing properties.

Landlords risk £5,000 fines under new energy rules

More than 300,000 landlords could be slapped with fines of up to £5,000 if they don’t improve the energy efficiency of their rental homes, under new rules coming into force next year. Earlier...

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