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16th Jul 2010

There was an article in today's (Friday 16 July) edition of Building magazine reporting that the new Building Regulations Part L might be subject to a six-month delay. Read the article here (may require subscription/registration). Here's our response:

Buildings Regs software ready and available for housebuilders

5th Jul 2010

Each month we research EPC compliance for non-domestic buildings – the sector with the lowest compliance rates. We produce a monthly index in association with building.co.uk, showing how many commercial buildings being marketed have an EPC.

In June we investigated 683 properties in Derby, Dorset and Derbyshire that have been on the market for more than 6 months and are larger than 50 sqm. June's investigation produced an overall compliance figure of 44%, a slight increase on May's 39%.

9th Jun 2010

Each month we research EPC compliance for non-domestic buildings – the sector with the lowest compliance rates. We produce a monthly index in association with building.co.uk, showing how many commercial buildings being marketed have an EPC.

17th May 2010

NES, through our NHER and SAVA schemes, are committed to supporting our members. We continue to work hard to create opportunities for our members to offer new services, earn a living and make a contribution to improving our environment.

We want to develop the energy assessor's role beyond the provision of the EPC and enable our members to support building owners - particularly the millions of homeowners - in making the changes that will deliver real cuts in their energy costs and carbon emissions.

13th May 2010

SAP and the Building Regulations are both set to change in 2010. We have updated NHER SAP 2009 Preview – software that allows you to see the effects of the proposed changes.

NHER Plan Assessor v5.0 will be released in September with all the SAP and Building Regulations changes. In the meantime, this is your chance to prepare with this educational tool.

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