The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) has launched a campaign to try and persuade the Government and BT to dramatically speed up access to broadban

Andrew Shirley MRICS

Andrew is Chief Surveyor. He deals with policy and advice on infrastructure, utilities, compulsory purchase, telecoms agricultural tenancies, valuations, non-domestic rates, council tax and minerals.  He is also secretary to the Institutional Landowners Group and the Minerals Working Party. Andrew leads the Property Management team who cover national policy and advice for rural business, diversification, digital connectivity, planning, housing, historic environment, designations, tourism and economics.

Jonathan Thompson MA MBA DIPM

Jonathan Thompson MA MBA DipM has been advising CLA members on heritage since 2006. He is an Oxford University history and economics graduate.  He qualified as a chartered surveyor, worked in property management and development, ran the commercial operations and 200 historic buildings of the Landmark Trust, and was chief executive of the Architectural Heritage Fund.

Proposed changes to Government's standard assessment procedure (SAP)

This is the CLA response to the Government's review of the Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP).  The SAP methodology is used to generate EPC results for UK property.  The most substantial change for CLA members being proposed in the review is to acknowledge that solid brick walls are far more energy efficient than SAP has previously acknowledged.  The consultation response also provides a wider review of the SAP methodology and the EPC.


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