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A lot of commercial landlords allow their tenants to choose their own business energy supplier, this means that the tenant will pay their own energy bills. But if your tenant moves out you become responsible for the energy bill until a new tenant moves in.
Commercial landlords may also decide to manage the energy for their commercial property portfolio, providing energy to the tenant as a service charge. Either way, it’s important to find a plan that suits your needs.
Commercial properties come in all different sizes and energy use. The energy contract you choose will depend on whether you’re planning on charging your tenants as a service charge or letting them pick their own contract.
As the UK's most trusted business energy supplier, our experts are on hand to help you find the plan that is right for you
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Some commercial landlords include energy in their tenants lease, and charge tenants for the energy they use. When the landlord is in control and recharges through a service charge, then it is the landlords responsibility to get the best deal. Here are some best practice in this situation:,
If your tenants are responsible for their own energy contracts they'll need to settle any outstanding bills. You'll then become responsible for paying the energy bill, so ensure you get a meter reading the day your tenant moves out.
If you've not agreed a new contract with the energy supply, you'll likely be charged deemed rates. Deemed rates are typically much higher than contracted rates, so you could save a lot of money by comparing prices and switching to a cheaper business electricity tariff. If you're paying deemed rates you can move to a cheaper business energy price plan by contacting our business movers team.
When a new tenant moves in, they need to send a change of tenancy notification to the existing supplier. If that's us, then they can do this quickly online
In addition to looking for things like landlord insurance, as a landlord, you have a legal responsibility to check all the gas appliances and installations on the premises are working properly and are safe. This includes making sure your boiler is working and safe.
We offer a Landlord’s Gas Safety Record where we perform an annual service and any repairs. Once your gas appliance has been successfully, tested you’ll receive a Gas Safety Record.
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A: Commercial properties differs from residential property because the property's main or only use is commercial (for business use), rather than serving as a residence.
A: Yes, register for an online account and call us to get all your properties added so they all appear on your online account dashboard.
A: Please ensure you get a meter reading the day your tenant moves out and you’re responsible for paying for the energy bills.
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A: Please fill out our Request a smart meter form
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