Ahead of the Exemptions Register going live on 1 October, Sally McFadden of Thomson & Bancks Solicitors looks at the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards affecting buildings.
You can read the full article in edition 72 of the Birmingham Business Post on page 58.
Sally McFadden is a Commercial Property Solicitor experienced in Landlord and Tenant matters, development projects and property matters for the care sector.
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