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An MoT test for your building. How Energy Performance Certificates can still prove their worth after 10 years
Mark O’Neill is a commercial valuations specialist and a certified energy performance assessor Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose. The more things change, the more they remain the same. It is now 10 years since Energy Performance Certificates were introduced for commercial property in Scotland and Non-domestic energy assessors are still out on the ground doing missionary work. While EPCs, which benchmark a property’s energy efficiency, have been broadly accepted, it is fair to say that it has been with reluctance, scepticism and a degree of ignorance. If [...]
In a move which highlights its heritage and community values, DM Hall has appointed respected local surveyor Peter Rasberry to its Dunfermline office. For Peter, who will support partner Alasdair Seaton in Dunfermline, the move fulfils a long-held ambition. His father John was Accountant and Company Secretary at DM Hall for many years and Peter grew up with a comprehensive knowledge of the firm. He said: “Throughout my career to date, I have been very aware of my father’s important role at DM Hall and his respect for the firm’s core [...]
Economic boost forecast as planning application for caravan park on Wemyss Bay’s Kelly Mains Farm is sought from Inverclyde Council by DM Hall on behalf of its client, Pennine Leisure Ltd.
Paul Houghton, Director - Head of Planning A planning application for permission in principle to develop a caravan/mobile home site at Kelly Mains Farm in Wemyss Bay has been submitted to Inverclyde Council by DM Hall on behalf of its client, Pennine Leisure Ltd. The new development anticipates an economic boost from the creation of new jobs for local people and the attraction of more visitors to Inverclyde. Kelly Mains is located on the eastern edge of Wemyss Bay and immediately north of the Wemyss Bay Holiday Park. The application [...]