About New Build EPCs

EPCs are not only required for buildings being sold or let, but are also required when a building is constructed, this is relevant for Domestic as well as commercial properties.

When is an New Build EPC required?

When a building being constructed is physically complete, it is the responsibility of the person carrying out the construction to give an EPC and recommendation report to the building owner and to notify building control that this has been done. Building control will not issue a certificate of completion until they are satisfied this has been done.

Obtaining a Commercial New Build EPC

As an accreditation body, Elmhurst Energy have accredited many Level 4 Non Domestic Energy Assessors who regularly conduct energy assessments on new build properties. They use SBEM calculations to complete energy assessments and can produce the required New Build/on construction Energy Performance Certificate.

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