Landlord EICRs in Yalding
Calling all landlords in the Yalding area…are you complying with the law?
As a landlord with an active tenancy, you’re under a legal obligation to get an EICR for your rental property.
What electrical work are you responsible for as a landlord?
Known as EICRs or EIC reports, the requirement for landlords to obtain Electrical Installation Condition Reports was brought about in July 2020 under The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020. This legislation means that for rented properties with a tenancy, you’ll need to get a new EICR every five years.
What happens if a landlord doesn’t get an electrical report?
You may face a fine from your local authority of up to £30,000.
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