With accredited assessors based in Scotland, ACI Reports are able to assist building owners to produce a Section 63 Action Plan. Initially, we need to make the most of a good EPC rating to see if a problem exists or can be avoided. We will consult, analyse, seek a speedy and low-cost solution and advise to help you ensure compliance and avoid any large fines.
Section 63 Scotland
In Scotland, Section 63 requires the energy performance and greenhouse gas emissions of non-domestic buildings to be assessed. It is also a legal requirement for the building owner to improve the energy performance of, and reduce the emissions from, these buildings within 42 months.
The regulations apply to the sale and lease of buildings over 1000m2 and whilst making the improvements can save thousands of pounds, failure to provide an Action Plan or failure to undertake improvements can be very serious, very costly and delay the sale or rent of a building.
ACI Reports regularly undertake work in Scotland and are familiar with the regulations. At the core is the accurate production of the initial EPC to achieve the avoidance of Section 63 where legally possible. We strive to attain the best grades and where Section 63 kicks in, we work with you to get the lowest cost option for compliance.
Why choose ACI Reports?
- Large team with energy assessors based throughout the UK
- Capacity to undertake 150 reports every week
- Health and safety accredited
- Security vetted and CRB checked
- Proven track record delivering against KPIs
- Insurance to the value of £10m
- Able to deal with large complex projects
- Independent and impartial advice
If you are required to demonstrate Section 63 compliance either for yourself or on behalf of a client, we have accredited assessors ready and available in Scotland.
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Display Energy Certificates (DECs)
Display Energy Certificates or DECs indicate the energy performance of public buildings using a scale that runs from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient). Our accredited assessors can provide accurate, consistent DEC reporting at any UK location to help you demonstrate compliance, including in Scotland where the requirements for public buildings are different.
We hold ourselves accountable to the very highest industry standards; earning numerous accreditations from the most prestigious trade bodies.
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If you are required to demonstrate Section 63 compliance either for yourself or on behalf of a client, ACI Reports are more than willing to assist. We have accredited assessors ready and available in Scotland.