Join us on the below date if you want to know more about what you should be aware of, beyond compliance, following the introduction of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES).
|Date:||10th May 2018|
|Time:||14:00 – 16:30|
|Location:||The Building Centre, London|
|Hosts:||Andrew Maw and Stephen Preece|
What to expect:
The potential implications for:
- New lease agreements, including statutory obligations and MEES covenants
- Rent reviews, including disregarding tenant improvements, ‘fit for immediate occupations and use’ and rent free periods
- Lease renewals, including L&T Act 1954
- Dilapidations, including impact of dilapidations settlements on EPC rating and trigger points for new EPCs
- Capital value: Risk and Opportunities
- Reliability of EPCs, including impact of SBEM updates, conventions updates and data entry error
- Potential impact of changing energy costs
- Potential impact of new technologies
- Revision of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES)
Stephen Preece – Business Development Director
Stephen heads up the sales and business growth team at arbnco. With an Oxford degree in engineering, twenty years experience in the construction sector, and passionate about energy efficiency, he is ideally suited to understand our customer’s needs and priorities, and to ensure that our service and solutions consistently exceed their expectations.
Andrew Maw – Business Development Manager
Andrew is a Chartered Surveyor, Level 4 NDEA and OCDEA. Since qualifying in 1992 as a Chartered Surveyor, he has gained a broad range of experience across a variety of real estate market sectors including: domestic and non-domestic energy assessments for EPCs and Building Regulations Part L compliance, BREEAM assessments and consultation, dwelling condition surveys, valuations on domestic & commercial real estate, rent reviews and lease renewals, domestic and commercial property marketing and sales negotiation and portfolio management.