Property Kickstart: Energy regulations; what will they cost you?

Reviewing the implications of the Energy Act 2011 on commercial leases and service charges

In association with Moore Stephens LLP.

Do you know the impact of energy legislation on your lease?

We will give a brief overview of the implications of the Energy Act 2011 and the affect it may have on landlords and tenants. We will review the main aspects to be aware of in a commercial service charge arrangement and will explore the implications of the Energy Act on lease negotiations and commercial service charges, highlighting potential pitfalls and solutions.


Andrew Potts – Partner, Moore Stephens LLP

Andrew is responsible for the development and servicing of clients in the real estate sector. He has extensive experience in UK reporting standards and how they affect operations, and regularly advises on business structuring, financial control, corporate governance, along with providing audit and compliance services.

Andrew is experienced in all aspects of property management and has a comprehensive knowledge of service charges.

Karli Hiscock – Senior Associate, Commercial Property BWB

Karli acts for commercial, charity and private clients in all aspects of transactions involving commercial property, including; acquisitions and disposals, lettings, management and secured lending and providing advice on property aspects on corporate transactions and the mergers of charities.

Tom Allen – Solicitor, Commercial Property BWB

Tom Allen has experience of advising on a broad range of commercial property matters and has worked with a range of clients, from local authorities to charities and large commercial enterprises.

Why choose this course?

Attendees will gain a clearer insight into how their organisation may be affected by recent changes to energy legislation, where their obligations lie and guidance on how to manage their liability in a cost-effective manner

Who should attend?

Landlords, occupiers and anyone who manages premises will benefit from attending.


8.00am: Breakfast and registration 
8.30am: Seminar 
9.30am: Finish