I would just buy a tank, and carry on. Can’t see he govt pushing for anything above D for a while, but it depends on rent value I suppose.
If it’s currently peppercorn, I would look to improve and go for bigger rent. But that’s just me.
If it’s a D then chances are it already has cavity wall insulation.
if major Reno then floors aren’t a massive job on a small house. Kango breaker from screw fix, rubble out, polythene, bit of sand, celotex, then concrete on top. You could even put underfloor in at same time. Obviously this is...
From what I’ve been told, their will be exemptions to this. For example, if you can prove that you have spent a considerable amount on upgrading (this will show up on previous EPCs) then you will be eligible for a waiver from further upgrades.
Might be wrong but that’s what I have been told
I know you weren’t being serious, I just thought it was an exceptionally long time to have a pair of wellies. For comparison, I inherited some Aigles off my grandfather that were virtually new, but about 10-15 years old. They lasted me about 6 months before the split, probably because the rubber...
Christ, you must almost never where them, or not go shooting very often.
My zip ups last 4 years before of shooting only before they split on the sides next to balls of feet.
had some chameaus when I was an agronomist and got 2 years of everyday field walking out of them before splitting.
I’ve got a 12t Fleming that I bought last summer secondhand. It has sprung drawbar, floatations and hyd tail door.
it was cheap off a local Indy dealer, but that was the brief I gave him.
hopefully in a few years I will be in more of a position to swap it for a Bailey, Stewart or AW.