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Commercial EPC Surveyor
  • Employer: London Borough of Newham
  • Reference: 1829
  • Published: Mon 21/11/2022, 15:40 PM
  • Closing on: Mon 05/12/2022, 15:40 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: FULLTIME
  • Salary: £45,000 - £49,999
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Greater London

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Commercial EPC Surveyor

Commercial EPC Surveyor
£46,638 - £49,674 per annum

Fixed Term 1 year

About us

Newham is a vibrant inner-city borough with excellent transport links to the rest of London and South-East England, including Kent, Essex, Surrey and Middlesex. 72% of the population are from diverse communities, contributing to 220 languages being spoken in the area. Proud to be home to one of the youngest and most diverse cultures across the country, Newham is an exciting and challenging borough that continues its commitment of putting people at the heart of everything it does.

Newham boasts iconic landmarks such as, Green Street, the Olympic Park, Excel centre, Westfield Shopping Centre and the University of East London. Constant and rapid change has seen benefits to those that live and work in Newham from the significant investment, creation of new jobs, homes and opportunities for the whole breadth of society.  The Mayor of London has provided the Borough with £107 million funding through the ‘Building Council Homes for Londoners’ programme, supporting the construction of 1,100 new homes. From this we expect to see an additional 2,500 jobs created over the next decade, injecting £1.5 billion to the local economy.

About the role

The London Borough of Newham declared a climate emergency in April 2019 and set a goal for the borough to become "carbon neutral by 2030 and net carbon zero by 2050".

Buildings present a major challenge to the UK's Net Zero 2050 target, as a Landlord, local authorities can leverage change by enabling sustainable development and place making. This can be through action such as improving on the minimum building energy efficiency standards, which we hope will set an example for other commercial Landlord’s.

In accordance with our statutory obligations under the Energy Act 2011, all existing lettings must have an EPC that meets the minimum efficiency standards by April 2023. The role will be key to ensuring that all commercial properties have valid and compliant EPC ratings. As a result of the council implementing the minimum requirements, we will be able to identify those buildings that require improvement and make the changes necessary to let the property. This in turn will help Newham to remain a flourishing place to run a business with reduced energy costs for Tenants, and providing better air quality to residents from the reduced energy demands.

The role will involve managing your own diary to arrange appointments with Tenants and contractors, as well overseeing any works and reporting to the relevant surveyor after completion.

Key priorities for this role include:

- Generating EPC reports and recommending cost effective improvements that will have a big impact to the overall energy efficiency of building.

-Inspecting and measuring properties and reporting on any differences from our records and tenant comments

- Ad hoc duties including meeting contractors and providing access

About you

A level 4 qualified EPC assessor who is able to manage their time well to ensure that all EPC’s meet the minimum efficiency standards before 1^st April 2023.

MRICS or MCIOB qualification is desirable but not essential.

However, these are not the only skills we are looking for. For more information on the specific competencies associated with this role, in addition to an overview of Newham, click here to view the candidate brief.

Should you wish to find out more about the position, please contact Alysha Ludhra, Alysha.Ludhra@onesource.co.uk

Closing date 5.12.22

Please view Commercial EPC Surveyor Job Description

IMPORTANT: If you are an LBN member of staff and applying for this role as a secondment you should note that secondments are subject to the agreement of your current employing service. Please ensure that you inform your line manager of your intention to apply for the post in the first instance.

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