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New Quick Reference Guide To EPCs Is Now Available

25th January 2013

Following the latest regulation changes on 9th January 2013 we have updated our quick reference guide to Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) the new version of which can be downloaded from the link below. The main changes include listed buildings now being exempt from the requirements and no longer having to attach the front page of the EPC to the particulars. For further details with reference charts and full FAQ please refer to our guide below:

Click Here to download our new quick reference guide to EPCs

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