Government forcing landlords to house non-paying tenants for lengthy periods11:18 AM, 15th September 2020
About A week ago 40
I’m looking at upgrading my solid-wall Victorian rental property in order to ensure it hits at least level ‘E’ (which it might already do – I have an assessor coming out soon).
It is solid wall (so no possibility of cavity insulation), single-glazed sash windows (that’s an obvious upgrade, but will come to many £1,000s for the 3-storey building) and has recently had a new condensing boiler fitted.
I am hoping it’ll scrape a level E (perhaps with daft things like low-E bulbs), but I’m still looking to improve it as far as possible although I’m anticipating some scary costs if it comes to replacing the large sash windows, for example.
My question is, therefore, are there any schemes that’ll assist with this, perhaps by providing low-interest loans?
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