Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Hosts get more time for energy changes

Ahem: 'there are some practical issues that need to be addressed' how about this:

"This is a pub. It's been badly maintained for fifty years. It has dangerous wiring which overheats, and gas and water pipes are obsolete iron and lead, much of it was installed during the last complete refurbishment in the 1950's. It fails all safety inspections and the roof leaks. There is no insulation in the loft, the windows all rattle in the wind and heat leaks out like water through a seive. The boiler is thirty years old and costs £10,000 a year to run, never let it go out because it'll never start again".

How does that sound? Does that comply with legislation or would it be considered 'best practice' and going too far?

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