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    EPC when letting house's annexe (rent incs. electricity)?

    If a annex to a house is let, rent including all the electric does ist still need an EPC?
    Sue C

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    Originally posted by Sue Cox View Post
    If a annex to a house is let, rent including all the electric does ist still need an EPC?
    Yes, apparently it does. Except that in such a case, the proprietor, rather than the tenant, may want to take a particular interest in how energy efficient (or not) the property is, as s/he is the one paying the energy bills.
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