Monthly Archives: "December, 2017"

Consultation – Should Landlords Contribute Towards Energy Efficiency Measures?
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The government is proposing to force domestic landlords to contribute towards measures to improve their properties' energy efficiency. In a consultation paper, the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) proposed landlords should pay up to a maximum of £2,500 to bring their properties up to Energy Performance Certificate Band E. Minimum energy efficiency standards, which will take effect from April 2018, will require private landlords to ensure their properties meet Band E. Under the existing “no cost to...

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COP23: Key Outcomes in Bonn 2017
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The extreme weather events that made headlines around the world certainly gave the annual event a sense of relevance and urgency, but cleaning up, as we all know, is an unglamorous process. Behind the scenes, the work got done, however, and, once one task was completed, another one presented itself. Here’s a rundown of the principal tasks that COP23 got in the bag. Coal was in the spotlight, as Germany came under scrutiny for its continued use. The successful launch...

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