GN19-12 Green Deal for Domestic and Non-domestic buildings - Interim
The Green Deal aims to be a pay-as-you-save scheme to encourage energy-saving changes to domestic and non-domestic buildings at no upfront cost to the consumer.
In the short term, the Green Deal is optional for the owner. However, from about 2016, tenants may be able to force landlords to permit Green Deal works to be carried out.
From about 2018, it may become illegal to let any building with the 'worst' Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) ratings of F and G although landlords who have carried out Green Deal measures should still be allowed to let even if the measures have not improved it above F.
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A Land Economist by training, Danielle moved to the public sector from Rural Land Management in 2002 to work on housing-led regeneration, affordable housing delivery, private sector renewal/enforcement, homelessness and allocations strategy and service delivery.
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