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Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

What is an Energency Performance Certificate (EPC) for?

From 6th April 2008 it has been a requirement to provide an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for all new and newly built homes that are completed after that date.

It also requires an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) to be produced for existing properties each time they are put up for sale or offered for rent. An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives information on the building’s energy efficiency.

How do I get an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)?

Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) must be registered and stored in the national register with a unique reference number. By Law, this must be done by the Energy Assessor in conjunction with their accreditation scheme.

At North Kesteven we can offer to provide you with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for new build properties from as low as £40 including VAT.

If you need further information please contact the Building Control team by telephone or email. Alternatively you can write to or visit a Building Control Officer at our Sleaford Offices: Building Control Services, North Kesteven District Council, Kesteven Street, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, NG34 7EF