How to mitigate risks & comply cost effectively
The much awaited Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) guidance for non-domestic buildings was released at the end of last month. Many in the real estate industry have been unsure how best to approach this with the MEES compliance date looming.
Our briefing note (download below) outlines the legislation, the risks involved in non-compliance and assistance for managers to assess their portfolios to identify stressed assets, mitigate the financial risks and meet the requirements cost effectively.
The download covers the following topics as a brief guide to managing the risks and ensuring compliance is met cost effectively:
- ‘What are MEES and why should I care?’
- ‘So who’s responsibility is it to pay for the improvements?’
- Market implications
- Key points from the guidance
- Compliance & funding packages
- Services & solutions
We hope you find our guidance helpful and welcome a discussion about your portfolios to see how we can help.
article written by
Dan Castle │ Director of Engineering
CEng MCIBSE BEng (Hons)