Land Securities acts on energy
Commercial property company Land Securities is to voluntarily post display energy certificates (DECs) in its managed London buildings after the government decided not to include a provision in the Energy Act 2011 to make DECs compulsory.The company, the largest commercial property owner in the UK, says that it will now produce DECs for 49 properties in the capital. The first certificates will appear in the summer of 2012. DECs detail
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