Letter to Superior Landlord Seeking Consent to Green Deal Counter Proposal

Landlord’s Letter to Superior Landlord Enclosing Counter Proposal

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This Landlord’s Letter to Superior Landlord Enclosing Counter Proposal is a template letter for a residential landlord to use where the landlord’s tenant has requested consent to make energy efficiency improvements to the rented property and the superior landlord’s consent is required.

This letter has been drafted to help landlords to meet the requirements of Part 2 of The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015, effective from 1 April 2016. This legislation allows residential tenants to request their landlord’s consent to make energy efficiency improvements. Landlords must not unreasonably refuse consent if the tenant’s request complies with the Regulations.

If there is a superior landlord, the landlord must inform the superior landlord of any tenant’s request for consent and must provide the superior landlord with copies of the request and the landlord’s response.

This is one of three template letters to assist landlords in their dealings with a superior landlord. It encloses a copy of the landlord’s intended counter proposal and asks the superior landlord to confirm their consent to the making of the energy efficiency improvements specified in the counter proposal.

Please refer to the Guidance Notes in this subfolder for more detailed information about tenants’ energy efficiency improvements.

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