Are holiday lets and hotel rooms covered by MEES?

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Holiday lets, together with rooms in hotels and bed & breakfast accommodation are typically let under a licence to occupy, rather than a tenancy.  Therefore, this type of rental property is normally outside of the scope of the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 and not required to meet the MEES.

If there are any concerns about whether a property is occupied under a licence or a tenancy, and whether the landlord is subject to the Regulations, independent specialist legal advice should be sought.

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