What does the evidence relating the impact of MEES show for those involved in negotiating rent reviews?
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Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards have now come into effect and are directly influencing landlord and tenant negotiations.
While properties with EPC ratings of F or G are immediately at risk, tenants’ advisors who understand the implications will be considering their options relating to marginal buildings which may yet be rated as non-compliant and preparing their arguments for the next review.
As practice relating to these regulations is now evolving in real-time, attend this seminar to find out what the latest evidence is showing.
The time shown is when registration opens. The seminar will begin 30 minutes later.
James has particular expertise in advising institutional and commercial landlords and occupiers, financial institutions, energy generators and high net worth individuals in relation to commercial landlord/tenant disputes (including large-scale rent reviews and business tenancy renewals), real property disputes, portfolio and high-complexity residential disputes, property related insolvency, professional negligence and alternative dispute resolution and mediation.
James regularly provides lectures and training to landowner and banking clients on all aspects of landlord and tenant law and on the impact of various insolvency procedures on leases and security property.