Where can I find more information about MEES?

Original Sources

There are lots of independent sources of information about the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES).  However, we have found many seem somewhat misleading and/or hold a significant bias.  Here at Rowleys Commercial Energy Assessments Limited we believe it is important to provide information that is as accurate and unbiased as possible to enable those affected to form their own opinion as to the actions they should take.  As such, we would refer you to the original regulations and the official guidance published by the Government.  These are the same sources that we primarily rely upon when advising our clients.

Guidance for non-domestic properties – click here

Guidance for domestic properties – click here

Secondary Sources

Having read the original sources you may wish to consider further analysis.  The articles below are publicly available and offer some analysis of particular aspects of the standards.  Please note that we cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy or content of external sites.

The Guardian – 5 Feb 2015

Residential Landlords Association

Pinsent Masons LLP

Bradley Mason LLP – 14 March 2017

Michelmores LLP – Solicitors (Application to listed buildings)

Bond Dickinson LLP – Solicitors (Exploration of exemptions)

 

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