'A lot of the ideas are simply untenable for historic properties': Why we need a more common sense approach to EPC ratings


We need a more common-sense approach to energy efficient requirements for historic homes, says Tiffany Radford-Hancock, as many EPC assessors are showing "a complete lack of understanding around planning laws."

Tiffany originates from Nottinghamshire where she was brought up on a working farm. This led her to The Royal Agricultural College where she completed her Rural Land Management degree. Her started a career as a resident agent on the Grosvenor Estate in Cheshire, then later joined Fisher German’s Chester office in 2011. Tiffany qualified in 2012 and whilst in Cheshire managed a variety of land and estates together with undertaking general practice and infrastructure services work. Tiffany moved to the Worcester office in 2015 and is now part of the Rural Division working under Yan Gittins and continues to manage traditional rural estates across Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire.

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