Commercial Energy Assessor
Raj Chall is a commercial energy assessor and Section 63 adviser with Scottish Energy Services. Based in Glasgow, the company works with domestic and commercial clients across Scotland.
You own a commercial property, and you’re selling or creating a new lease. Or you’ve finished construction on a commercial property and you’re going through the building warrant process. In each case, you’re required by law to provide an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).... Continue reading →
Regulations in England and Wales are different from those in Scotland. This means that commercial property owners with UK-wide portfolios need to be aware of more than one set of legislation — or at any rate, that they need advisers who have that awareness. ... Continue reading →
Generally speaking, the better your EPC rating, the better the impact on the value or marketability of your property. Tenants and buyers are understandably more attracted to properties where they’re less likely to need to carry out extensive alterations. ...
If you’re creating or altering a commercial building with floor space of more than 50sqm, it will be subject to Simplified Building Energy Modification (SBEM) calculations. Part of your building control application, they’re used to predict CO2 emissions and make sure your premises complies with regional building regulations....
Are you based in Scotland? Do you own a commercial property or a property unit more than 1000sqm in size? And are you thinking of selling or creating a new lease? If so, you’re probably subject to Section 63 legislation. ...