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Cold Homes Loophole Could Lead to £1bn energy bill for Vulnerable Tenants

Cold homes loophole could see vulnerable tenants hit with £1bn energy bill. Housing standards exemptions that opened on Friday could allow landlords to leave some of the most vulnerable private renters with a £1bn energy bill over the next five years. Regulations were initially passed under the coalition government, but the subsequent closure of energy efficiency funding schemes means landlords may be able to exempt themselves from having to improve the worst privately rented housing stock – potentially affecting up to 700,000 tenants. 300,000 Rental Properties From April 2018, regulations will come into force that prohibit the renting of properties

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