Environmental services: reducing energy costs

Lees: ‘most firms get statements but don’t use them’

Gas and electricity prices are soaring and water charges will follow as OFWAT approves increases to pay for wholesale replacement of leaky pipes and collapsing sewers. The era when service charges were practically ignored in calculating property costs is over.Many landlords remain unmoved, locked in the attitude of disdain for ...

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