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Energy Performance Certificates for Rented Dwelling in Scotland


Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) have been a legal requirement in Scotland for all new tenancies from 4 January 2009. Existing tenancies do not require an EPC until they come up for re-let.

Landlords are required to provide an Energy Performance Certificate to any prospective Tenant.  The Tenant can request the EPC as early as the initial enquiry, but the EPC must be presented to the Tenant no later than when the Tenancy Agreement is signed.

Once issued, the EPC is valid for 10 years.  It can be used repeatedly during this period.  This applies to both Social and Private Sector Landlords.

The EU Directive requires that Energy Performance Certificates are provided for all buildings when they are constructed, sold or rented.

Independent EPC Services offer a competitive service to major Social & Private Landlords across a wide sector of Scotland.  Discounted rates are available for multiple instructions.


Evening and Weekend appointments available.


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