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Today we launch the updated RdSAP GO software to include functions and features that will simplify the user process when making calculations: watch our show promotional video here. (http://youtu.be/RfXUAiQIL8g) More information Please contact the Existing Dwellings Support team on 01455 883 257 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to become accredited with Elmhurst or for a demo of the software.
Following previous information regarding the changes implemented by Landmark, we would like to advise you of the following updates: England, Wales & Northern Ireland – Landmark Central Lodgement Fees No VAT will be charged on the Landmark Central Lodgement Fee from 1st January 2014 and our invoicing has been updated to reflect this. Scotland – Energy Savings Trust (EST) Central Lodgement Fees We are still awaiting confirmation from the Scottish Government and will advise
Monthly statistics for December 2013. OfGEM have the latest Energy Companies Obligation statistics. OfGEM publish monthly stats to show how well the scheme is progressing by obligation. The latest report is from December and is available here: http://bit.ly/1m4zZaQ. The charts shows the approved measures by Ofgem. There are more measures that are in the process of approval & therefore will be included when approved. The cumulative chart on the second page shows that the
The Elmhurst Design SAP 2012 Beta software is now available Free of Charge to all current Elmhurst Design SAP users. Design SAP 2012 Beta is the first software package to come to market which allows users to gain an indicative understanding of how surveys will perform against the Part L 2013 regulations. New software and events The software is a trial version of Design SAP 2012 and will allow users to familiarise themselves with the new
Elmhurst Energy are holding a number of Part L CPD events around the country. Watch our video here: http://youtu.be/oj89oH8HFVk. This follows on from the Government publishing the new Approved Documents for Part L. There is a series of events aimed at bringing attendees up to speed with the changes to the Building Regulations. These events will last approximately three hours and will cover the key issues in Part L1 and L2 2013, details of which
On Monday 2nd December 2013 between 14.30 – 16.30, the online training calendar will be unavailable due to essential maintenance requirements. This downtime will enable us to implement the online payment option so future booking on any of our training courses is quick and simple. Find out More If you require any further information or wish to book on a course, please contact the office on 01455 883 250.
It is being reported by the BBC the government is looking to extend the period over which ECO could be delivered to 4 years. The BBC page here has the full details - http://bbc.in/1eEehch Find out More Visit the Elmhurst ECO page to find more, or watch the video here: http://bit.ly/IkF4PE. Use the Online Training Calendar to book your place on our ECO CPD courses.
On Friday 15th November 2013, the DCLG published the Approved Documents Part L 2013 and latest versions of the Domestic and Non Domestic Building Service Compliance Guides. As well as this the BRE have now published the SAP 2012 document. If you are interested in learning about Part L as a Continuous Professional Development course please click here to book on the Online Training Calendar. You can find the new documents by clicking on the following
Introducing the new functions We have updated Elmhurst ECO, it is tested and approved to meet the requirements of OfGEM across more measures than any other ECO software. Elmhurst ECO remains the most comprehensive in the industry as well as being quick and easy to use. What are the new functions? Drag and drop: easier to select your improvement measuresRe-Ordering installation: this is now more intuitive New Button: “order measures by installation date” Find out More
On the 31st October DECC released the Annual Energy Statement for 2013. As the energy industry is facing new problems from increased calls from government to increase competition; there is also the need to comply with the legal binding carbon emission reduction targets. “The Government has set three clear priorities in delivering the UK’s energy policies in the near term: Helping households and businesses take control of their energy bills and keep their costs