Nov 19
Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Q&A

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I was recently asked to give a talk on RHI – both domestic and non-domestic applications – as part of the h.Energy week. The latter is organized by Herefordshire New Leaf, a not for profit environmental organisation, and the week entails a series of visits and talks which are open to the wider public. The talk […]

Dec 17
Disarray in the Energy Assessment Market: Government to take immediate action

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The Residential Property Surveyors Association (RPSA) has today called upon the Government to carry out an urgent investigation into the excessively high numbers of accredited and suspended Domestic Energy Assessors (DEA) in the market place. In figures provided to a member of the Association under a Freedom of Information request, the Department for Communities & […]

Nov 20
TIPS: Top tenant tips for a warmer winter: ARLA’s advice for moving during the colder months

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Tenants looking to avoid feeling the chill in a newly rented property this winter can find a warmer place to live with a few simple questions, according to the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA). Ian Potter, Managing Director, ARLA said, Utility bills are a key consideration for most tenants, especially during the colder winter […]