Energy performance certificate (EPC)

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Apartment 13
30, Albert Embankment

Energy rating


24 April 2027


Property type
Mid-floor flat
Total floor area
138 square metres

Rules on letting this property

Properties can be let if they have an energy rating from A to E.

You can read guidance for landlords on the regulations and exemptions.

Energy rating and score

This property’s energy rating is B. It has the potential to be B.

See how to improve this property’s energy efficiency.

Energy efficiency chart This property’s energy rating is B with a score of 86. It has a potential energy rating of B with a score of 86. Properties get a rating from A to G and a score. Rating B is for a score of 81 to 91. The ratings and scores are as follows from best to worst. Rating A is for a score of 92 or more. Rating B is for a score of 81 to 91. Rating C is for a score of 69 to 80. Rating D is for a score of 55 to 68. Rating E is for a score of 39 to 54. Rating F is for a score of 21 to 38. Rating G is for a score of 1 to 20.

The graph shows this property’s current and potential energy rating.

Properties get a rating from A (best) to G (worst) and a score. The better the rating and score, the lower your energy bills are likely to be.

For properties in England and Wales:

  • the average energy rating is D
  • the average energy score is 60

Breakdown of property’s energy performance

Features in this property

Features get a rating from very good to very poor, based on how energy efficient they are. Ratings are not based on how well features work or their condition.

Assumed ratings are based on the property’s age and type. They are used for features the assessor could not inspect.

Feature Description Rating
Walls Average thermal transmittance 0.29 W/m²K Very good
Windows High performance glazing Very good
Main heating Community scheme Very good
Main heating control Charging system linked to use of community heating, programmerand room thermostat Average
Hot water Community scheme Very good
Lighting Low energy lighting in all fixed outlets Very good
Air tightness Air permeability 3.1 m³/h.m² (as tested) Good
Roof (other premises above) N/A
Floor (other premises below) N/A
Secondary heating None N/A

Low and zero carbon energy sources

Low and zero carbon energy sources release very little or no CO2. Installing these sources may help reduce energy bills as well as cutting carbon emissions. The following low or zero carbon energy sources are installed in this property:

  • Community combined heat and power

Primary energy use

The primary energy use for this property per year is 46 kilowatt hours per square metre (kWh/m2).

About primary energy use

Primary energy use is a measure of the energy required for lighting, heating and hot water in a property. The calculation includes:

  • the efficiency of the property’s heating system
  • power station efficiency for electricity
  • the energy used to produce the fuel and deliver it to the property

How this affects your energy bills

An average household would need to spend £412 per year on heating, hot water and lighting in this property. These costs usually make up the majority of your energy bills.

You could save £0 per year if you complete the suggested steps for improving this property’s energy rating.

This is based on average costs in 2017 when this EPC was created. People living at the property may use different amounts of energy for heating, hot water and lighting.

Heating this property

Estimated energy needed in this property is:

  • 2,624 kWh per year for heating
  • 1,901 kWh per year for hot water

Impact on the environment

This property’s environmental impact rating is B. It has the potential to be B.

Properties get a rating from A (best) to G (worst) on how much carbon dioxide (CO2) they produce each year.

Carbon emissions

An average household produces
6 tonnes of CO2
This property produces
1.2 tonnes of CO2
This property’s potential production
1.2 tonnes of CO2

You could improve this property’s CO2 emissions by making the suggested changes. This will help to protect the environment.

These ratings are based on assumptions about average occupancy and energy use. People living at the property may use different amounts of energy.

Changes you could make

The assessor did not make any recommendations for this property.

Help paying for energy improvements

You might be able to get a grant from the Boiler Upgrade Scheme. This will help you buy a more efficient, low carbon heating system for this property.

More ways to save energy

Find ways to save energy in your home

Who to contact about this certificate

Contacting the assessor

If you’re unhappy about your property’s energy assessment or certificate, you can complain to the assessor who created it.

Assessor’s name
Tom Gwilliam
020 3603 1600

Contacting the accreditation scheme

If you’re still unhappy after contacting the assessor, you should contact the assessor’s accreditation scheme.

Accreditation scheme
Assessor’s ID
01455 883 250

About this assessment

Assessor’s declaration
No related party
Date of assessment
25 April 2017
Date of certificate
25 April 2017
Type of assessment
Show information about the SAP
SAP (Standard Assessment Procedure) is a method used to assess and compare the energy and environmental performance of properties in the UK. It uses detailed information about the property’s construction to calculate energy performance.

This type of assessment must be carried out on all new properties built after 1 April 2008 in England and Wales, and 30 September 2008 in Northern Ireland.

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