The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) for commercial and residential properties in England and Wales were introduced on 1 April 2018, making it illegal for landlords to grant new or renew existing tenancies for non-domestic properties with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating lower than E.
Regulation changes like MEES and a movement towards ‘greener’ real estate in recent years have made energy efficiency in real estate more important than ever before - but what value do companies across the real estate dynamic truly place on their energy strategy?
Property Week, working with E.ON, have commissioned the first ever “census” of attitudes towards energy in the UK focused entirely on the real estate sector.
Your opinion counts! Whatever your role in the sector; occupier, landlord, advisor or developer, the following short five-ten minutes survey will allow your opinion to be heard so the industry can move forward to address the unique challenges we face in energy efficiency.
The results will be written up as a white paper supported by Property Week and as a participant you can be entered into a prize draw to win a One Day On Road Tesla Supercar Experience! (see full T&Cs here).
To enter simply complete the short survey below. Note: if embedded content does not display fully on your device please complete the survey directly at: