The mandatory diagnostics
Beginning August 25, 2022, the Climate and Resilience Act prohibits rent increases between tenancies for energy-inefficient units rated F or G.
Que les zones soient tendues ou non, aucun bailleur ne pourra échapper à la sanction, sauf s’il réalise des travaux visant à rendre le logement décent.
Whether the zones are tense or not, no lessor will be able to escape the penalty, unless he carries out work to make the accommodation decent.
|January 1, 2022||August 25, 2022||January 1, 2023||January 1, 2025||January 1, 2028||January 1, 2034|
|Excessive consumption in ads||Dwellings above 330 KWH/m² per year. Class F|
|Prohibition of rental||Housing above 430 KWH/m² per year. Indecency threshold||Dwellings above 420 KWH/m² per year. Class G||Logements au-dessus de 330 KWH/m² par an. Classe F||Dwellings above 250 KWH/m² per year. Class E|
|Rent freeze between 2 tenants||Dwellings above 330 KWH/m² per year. Class F|
|Prohibition of indexation during the lease||
Dwellings above 330 KWH/m² per year. Class F
The on-bill method is over, only the conventional 3CL method remains valid! It is based on an analysis of the characteristics of the building and now takes into account the energy consumption related to the five energy uses of the dwelling:
The ECD 2022 includes:
Small plus: The diagnostician can make recommendations on possible work and the use of the equipment present.