Date(s) - 23/04/2015
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cushman & Wakefield
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- Polly Plunket-Checkemian, Partner, EMEA Head of Research & Insight, Cushman & Wakefield
- Paul Ruyssevelt, Professor of Energy and Building Performance, UCL Energy Institute, University College London
- Patrick Brown, Assistant Director (Sustainability & Construction) British Property Federation
- Dan Grandage, Head of Responsible Property Investment, Aberdeen Asset Management PLC
- Philippa Gill, former Director of Sustainability, Tishman Speyer (January 2007 to January 2015)
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Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards are a set of secondary legislation under the Energy Act (2011) and must be in force by 1 April 2018. The regulations are already having the biggest impact of any energy regulation on the commercial property market with price chipping a key risk for any transaction. They will require all eligible domestic and non-domestic private rented properties in the sector to be improved to a specified minimum standard which is proposed at an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating E.
There have been standards in place to tackle the energy performance of new-builds for some time but, until now, a trigger for improvements to the existing stock has been missing; a key barrier to rented stock upgrades is the split landlord-tenant incentives.
This event has been programmed to provide early examination and clarification from the consultation feedback on many of the, thus far, unclear details of implementation. We will hear from a Governmental Keynote speaker who will subsequently be joined by our panel if industry experts for in depth discussion.