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EPC is certificate still required by Housing Act 2004 prior to letting or selling and gives utility consumption data, presumably to inform the decision of potential lessee or buyer.
This is a letting situation and the EPC forecast is way out over actual consumption and a privately commissioned EPC says the property is a "G" rating not a "C" as per the letting paperwork. I'm minded to sue for misrepresentation. I have already issued a bill both to the letting agent and landlord for the difference which remains unpaid.
Why did you reply positively in the first place then?
First time I've used service. "Expert" led me to believe further information would help which I provided - then he/she aborted stating "not my field".
There was enough information in the first question to determine field of interest!
Good idea but rubbish response. Money back please AND cancel subscription. Please confirm this is done. Thank you.