Commercial Energy Performance Certificate

A Commercial Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) certifies that a commercial building is energy efficient after a thorough inspection of the building.

Who Needs a Commercial EPC?

According to the law, landlords and commercial property owners in the UK are required to provide an EPC to their prospective buyers when leasing a commercial or residential building.

There are, however, some cases in which an EPC is not required, as follows:

  1. If a commercial building is going to be demolished
  2. Buildings that are temporary; buildings which may be demolished after two years
  3. Places of worship
  4. Industrial buildings, workshops, and agricultural buildings with fewer energy demands
  5. A non-residential building with a useful floor area of less than 50m2

Commercial EPC Requirements

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EPC for Subdivided Property

Landlords of a subdivided property are required to submit EPC for each unit separately. It means that if a commercial property is divided into different sections, such as commercial activity, accommodation, etc., each section would require its own EPC.

In the case of subdivided property, EPC requirements depend upon the type of heating systems in the building. It means that properties with a separate heating system require a separate EPC. In the case of a common heating system, you can get an EPC for the entire building.

If one section of the subdivided property is intended for residential/ accommodation purposes, then that section requires a Residential EPC.

Commercial EPC Cost

The prices for commercial EPC depends upon the size and type of property. Take note that in some places across the UK, a surcharge may be levied for the EPC.

For accurate cost estimation, contact us at 020 3011 2389, or email us at

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