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Let’s do away with EPC ratings

27 October 2023

9:59 PM

27 October 2023

9:59 PM

The Autumn Statement could propose offering discounts in stamp duty for homebuyers who take improvement to raise the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of their home during their first two years of ownership. Could this be the beginning of a new divergence between the Conservatives and Labour, where the Tories provide incentives and Labour pursue punitive measures?

More carrot and less stick over green policies seems a good thing

Previous government policy was to threaten the owners of homes with low EPC ratings.

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