IAONZ gravely concerned about number of rental properties to be insulated
The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) are urging landlords to take up an insulation subsidy before insulation in rental homes becomes mandatory. (ECCA Media Release 16 January 2017)
Landlords could face spot checks and fines of up to $4000 if they don't make sure their rental properties are insulated by mid-2019. (Article posted on Stuff Online 18th December 2016)
IAONZ encourages landlords to be pro-active as over 50% of assessments don’t meet new Residential Tenancy Act guidelines.
There have been some new law changes to the Residential Tenancies Act 1986. Here is some key information about the changes which affect residential insulation.
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