Our Surveys

Complete Certification Ltd ( CC Ltd ) is a Nottingham based company providing a range of property inspections for Domestic, Commercial, Industrial and Public buildings.

Our client base includes Letting Agents, Estate Agents, Property Managers, Facility Managers, Property Owners and Developers, Renewable Installers, Green Deal Organisations, Green Deal Providers and Green Deal Installers, Housing Associations and Councils.

Our services are required for: property funding, finance and grants, sale, let and marketing of buildings, annual legal requirements and European legislation. Our building inspections make compliance issues straight forward and hassle free, allowing more time for property sales.

Energy Performance Certificates

  • Domestic Energy Performance Certificates ( EPC ) for existing residential buildings
  • Standard Assessment Procedure ( SAP ) Calculations for new build residential buidings
  • Non-Domestic Energy Performance ( ND-EPC ) for existing commercial and industrial buildings
  • Simplified Building Energy Model ( SBEM ) for new build commercial and industrial buildings
  • BRE Environmental Assessment Method ( BREEAM ) for sustainable design of commercial and industrial buildings

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Display Energy Certificates

  • New Display Energy Certificates ( DEC ) and Advisory Reports (AR) for public buildings
  • New Display Energy Certificate ( DEC ) for public buildings
  • Renewal Display Energy Certificates ( DEC ) for public buildings
  • Renewal Advisory Reports ( AR ) for public buildings

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Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme

The ESOS Regulations 2014 bring into force Article 8 of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive and mandate that all large businesses in the UK undertake comprehensive assessments of energy use and energy efficiency opportunities at least once every four years.

The deadline for the first compliance period is 5 December 2015, by which time qualifying businesses will have to achieve compliance with the regulations and notify the Environment Agency.

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Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard

The earlier landlords act, the more time they will have to ensure their housing stock is up to the required standards, especially in the case of commercial properties where change can take significantly longer to act. Essentially Landlords with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating below an E will be required to undertake work to improve the energy performance of the property; those who do not could face heavy penalties. Key dates below underline when the regulations will be enforced, with the regulation scope expanding over a 5 year period.

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On-Construction SAP

Part L Building Regulations changed on the 6th April 2014 which, in effect, means that all new buildings have to be designed and specified to be even more energy efficient. It has never been more important to ensure you have robust, professional advice on how to get your development through these new regulations

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Part L Brukl

The results from SBEM are used to produce a BRUKL report (Building Regulation UK Part L) which calculates Part L (fuel and energy conservation) of the Building Regulations 2000 measured against maximum carbon dioxide emissions for whole buildings. The report can then be used to help manage the development within the demands of building regulations.

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Land Registry Lease Plans

Land Registry compliant, Floor Plans, Lease Plans, Boundary Plans, Full property Layouts, CAD. The Land Registration Act 2002 came into force in October 2003. Since then, new leases of 7 years or more, or existing leases sold with 7 years or more unexpired must be registered with Land Registry along with a compliant Lease Plan.

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Floor Plans

Marketing Floor Plans, Custom Floor Plans, Compliance, Scaled, Elevation

The vast majority of estate agents now embrace floor plans as a value-added selling point, incorporating them into their web site and property particulars as standard.

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