Porky

Registered with Property118.com
Sunday 26th January 2020


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 53

Porky

12:43 PM, 5th December 2020, About 10 months ago

Scotland to introduce EPC Min Band D

I could not see how they would be able to apply it to owner occupiers. It could only work when a property is sold and even then it would be up to the purchaser or I guess they could put a levy on as a purchase tax.... Read More

Porky

16:10 PM, 4th December 2020, About 10 months ago

Scotland to introduce EPC Min Band D

If your property is below the new regulations when it comes in and you do not raise the EPC to meet the new regulations by 2025 and you still have a tenant and your tenant refuses to vacate so you can sell the property easier what happens next? You can't be forced to raise the energy efficiency surely.... Read More

Porky

11:52 AM, 4th December 2020, About 10 months ago

Scotland to introduce EPC Min Band D

Oh Dear. All those rented castles in Scotland will never get this rating.... Read More

Porky

11:50 AM, 4th December 2020, About 10 months ago

EICR - Rogue electrician scam?

How come a relatively new build property has not been fitted with RCDs. If there was one thing I would improve electrically in my properties it would be to add RCD protection even if it were only a Cat C3 recommendation.... Read More

Porky

21:18 PM, 29th October 2020, About 11 months ago

Do I have to accept a Smart Meter?

Reply to the comment left by Rennie at 29/10/2020 - 21:01
Oh blimey another conspiracy theory believer.
Jbw63 elequently provides all the genuine reasons why choosing to have a smart meter can be something that you as a tenant or you as a landlord may live to regret and one of those is not some whacky brain damage effect. Most people have a mobile phone pinned to them all day and most of the night with no known adverse effect (apart from obsession). Does your tenant sleep with his or her head on the meter??
Besides all that nonsense I don't believe that the tenant should be given the choice at all. It's your property and you have to be the final arbiter of the decision. Yes the tenant can request it by all means but you need to make sure you are not going to be left with a long term problem.... Read More