The UK has some of the leakiest homes in Europe - wasting us millions of pounds in energy bills each year.
From April, private landlords in England and Wales won’t be allowed to rent out the coldest homes.
But there’s a loophole. Landlords won't have to improve their properties if that would cost them any money up front (yes, you read that right).
If the government won't close the loophole, tenants could be left in the cold with a £1bn energy bill.
This tool only works for homes in England and Wales
Wow. If this loophole was closed, your landlord would have to make improvements that could annually save you
Good news, you're lucky enough not to live in one of the very worst homes.
But that doesn't mean it's good enough. If the government was serious about keeping you warm and tackling climate change, they’d require improvements that would annuallysave you
You're one of the lucky ones. Your home is actually pretty energy efficient. But this loophole affects hundreds of thousands of private renters - often the most vulnerable.
Sorry, it looks like your home's energy efficiency hasn't been assessed yet.
But this could still affect you - hundreds of thousands of private renters like you could be on the line for a £1bn energy bill over the next five years if this loophole isn't closed.
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Close this loophole now to protect the most vulnerable and demand more ambition from the government on warm homes and climate change.