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Meeting offers advice for energy efficiency
4:00pm Wednesday 9th January 2013 in News
LANDLORDS are invited to a meeting to learn about how to get help with making properties energy efficient.
The event, organised by the National Landlords Association (NLA), will explain the Government’s Green Deal, which will enable improvements such as loft and wall insulation to be paid for by a loan attached to the property’s energy bills.
The group advises landlords that any rental properties found to have a poor Energy Performance Rating after 2018 will not be fit to let under new legislation.
The NLA’s Weymouth representative Steve Bartlett said: “This meeting is a chance for forward-looking landlords to learn about new energy efficiency initiatives.
“It is critical that landlords future-proof their properties and investments.
“Landlords attending the meeting will also have the opportunity to ask our panel of experts about current issues affecting the rental market.”
Tuesday’s meeting is open to private landlords and letting agents at the Working Men’s Club, Mitchell Street, Weymouth, from 7pm.