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MEES: could you benefit from an exemption?

United Kingdom - March 21 2018 From 1 April 2018, under The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property)(England and Wales) Regulations 2015 (MEES Regulations), it will be unlawful...

Alexandra Holsgrove Jones.

Installing electric vehicle charging infrastructure - what are the legal considerations?

United Kingdom - March 14 2018 The uptake of electric vehicles in the UK continues to gather pace and the steps needed to ensure that there is sufficient charging infrastructure in...

Stuart Urquhart, Richard Collie, Kerri Ashworth, Katherine Evans.

Do the MEES Regulations apply to long leases?

United Kingdom - March 1 2018 From 1 April 2018 it will be unlawful to grant a new tenancy of a property with an EPC rating of below E (a sub-standard property) unless an exemption...

Alexandra Holsgrove Jones.

Landlord consent: one bad reason for refusal will not render withholding of consent unreasonable

United Kingdom - February 27 2018 The Court of Appeal has released an important decision for landlords and tenants concerning applications for consent to assign a lease, overturning...

Alexandra Holsgrove Jones.

MEES - should a landlord control a tenant's right to carry out alterations?

United Kingdom - February 21 2018 A tenant's actions could put the landlord in breach of the prohibition, which comes in on 1 April 2023 for non-domestic properties (1 April 2020 for...

Alexandra Holsgrove Jones.