The following dataset shows the number of dwellings in Leeds broken down by Environmental Impact rating per quarter.

The environmental impact rating is a measure of a home’s impact on the environment in terms of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The higher the rating the less impact it has on the environment. This rating is based on the performance of the building and its fixed services (such as heating and lighting).

The certificate also lists the potential rating of the building if all the cost-effective measures were installed. An EPC for a dwelling will show both the current emissions and potential emissions impact of a property in terms of its energy rating. The energy rating chart is divided into seven bands ranging from A-G, with A being the most energy efficient and G being the least efficient. Each chart has a current and a potential energy rating out of a maximum of 100 points (being maximum efficiency).

The statistics also include partial figures for Q3 2014. These have been included for reference purposes; however users should treat these as strictly provisional. The Q3 2014 figures will change in subsequent quarterly publications as the EPB Registers are updated with new EPCs and DECs.

Additional information

Automated update

This dataset is a SPARQL query and updated automatically.

UK Open Government Licence
Last Update
7 years ago  
Geographic Coverage
Leeds - city wide
Service Area
Energy efficiency
Government politics and public administration
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