Fife Council is to spend £2.6 million on making local homes warmer, more environmentally friendly and cheaper to heat. The council will undertake a number of projects across Fife to install energy saving measures as part of the Scottish Government’s programme to tackle fuel poverty and increase e
Margaret Burgess with representatives from Irvine Housing Association Scotland’s most vulnerable households will receive help to make their homes cheaper to heat following a £103 million investment to tackle fuel poverty.
Cube project officer Lindsey Ogilvie, left, and British Gas resident liaison officer Claire Mitchell celebrate work starting with Cube tenant Isabel MacPherson Three communities in Glasgow will benefit from a massive £11 million investment to make homes more energy efficient.
Councillor Sam Love and energy advisor Lynda Stevenson launch the Big Switch People across North Lanarkshire are being urged to cut their energy bills and take advantage of a fuel switching scheme organised by North Lanarkshire Council.
35 hardy souls spent a chilly night camping out at the Shettleston Community Growing Project site last week. The Big Shettleston Sleepover aims to raise awareness of fuel poverty and to raise money for people in the Shettleston area affected by it. The event was organised by the Shettleston Housing
A Dumfriesshire estate owner who has provided pioneering, low energy housing has told a cross-party group of MSPs about the role such developments could play in easing fuel poverty and the shortage of affordable rural homes across Scotland. Jamie Carruthers, owner of the Dormont Estate, was at the S
A group of Abertay Housing Association tenants have benefitted from a reduction in annual heating bills thanks to the work of a Dundee-based energy efficiency installation contractor. Tenants in more than 80 homes in the Fintry area of the city were struggling to pay rising fuel bills in dwellings s