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CLG guidelines for buildings on a site or campus

Submitted by: MikeC (Admin) on 07-Aug-08 10:17:52 PM

As first highlighted by Neil (NRG Experts) on Monday (DEC assessors let down by CLG), the CLG has today published the finer details of the transitional arrangements for Display Energy Certificates (DECs).

I was hoping to provide you with the high level of analysis and speculation to which you are accustomed, but alas, one thing after another prevented any further reading beyond the following snippets:

Transitional arrangements

A site-based DEC.

The format, validity and other attributes of a site-based DEC are identical to a building based DEC. A site-based DEC is a single DEC that will cover all qualifying buildings on a site. Site-based DECs are only allowed where a number of buildings share meters. When the validity of the transitional DEC expires, the new DEC must be produced using standard OR methodology.

A site-based Advisory Report (AR).

A site-based Advisory Report is unlikely to give meaningful recommendations at a building level. It is therefore strongly recommended that site-based ARs are replaced by building specific ARs for every qualifying building when the initial site-based DEC expires (ie after 12 months)

But the good news is, you can read all 11 pages yourself: Display Energy Certificates and Advisory Reports: Transitional arrangements for buildings on a site or campus (pdf).

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