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EPC regulation changes

 

                         

As you all know, the EPC regulation changes have been effective since 9th January. The new requirement is to include the EPC rating or the graph element if there is adequate space in any “advertisements in the commercial media”. Exempted from this new regulation are listed buildings and scheduled ancient monuments. If you are unsure on the status of one of the properties you are going to value or instruct, you can search for the property on the English Heritage website, where all listed buildings are registered. 

Click here to start your search on the English Heritage website

 

   Did you know?

> Grade I buildings are of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important; only 2.5% of listed buildings are Grade I

> Grade II* buildings are particularly important buildings of more than special interest; 5.5% of listed buildings are Grade II*

> Grade II buildings are nationally important and of special interest; 92% of all listed buildings are in this class and it is the most likely grade of listing for a home owner.

In England there are approximately 374,081 listed building entries.
(An entry can sometimes include more than one building – such as a terrace.)

There are also:
> 19,717 scheduled ancient monuments
> 1,601 registered historic parks and gardens
> 9,080 conservation areas
> 43 registered historic battlefields
> 46 designated wrecks
> 17 World Heritage Sites

 

 

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