Fuel Poverty

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A total £102,000 worth of energy vouchers were issued by the Borders Housing Network (BHN) between April 2022 and March 2023 to provide vital support to over 4,000 tenants and their families as the cost-of-living crisis continues. The network, made up of Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA),

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Dundee City Council has committed to boosting the number of households in the city eligible to receive grants for energy efficiency home improvements. The Energy Company Obligation (ECO4) Flexible Eligibility scheme focuses on supporting low income and vulnerable households with grants for energy ef

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Green Home Systems has been appointed to deliver energy saving measures to households across North Ayrshire Council as part of a national fuel poverty scheme. The appointment will bring Green Home Systems into partnership with North Ayrshire Council to deliver energy efficiency measures to residents

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In an effort to boost the support it provides to its tenants, Theune Housing has tripled its number of energy advisors. The Association said the move “couldn’t have come at a better time” with sky high bills still putting pressure on household budgets.

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Thousands of families of disabled children and young people received an additional £214.10 to help heat their homes this winter, according to the latest official statistics for Child Winter Heating Assistance. More than 26,000 payments worth £5.7 million were made for winter 2022/2023, &

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Solar batteries have been installed at a new affordable housing development in North Lanarkshire in a bid to tackle fuel poverty and climate change. Located at the Holehills Regeneration on Dykehead Road northeast of Airdrie town centre, 150 two and three-bedroom homes for social rent are replacing

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Almost 300 households in Dumfries will benefit from lower energy bills after Riverside Scotland secured £1.5 million of funding to make their homes more energy efficient. The seven-figure investment will see 294 homes, which were built almost a century ago, benefit from significant energy effi

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Wall insulation improvements are to continue in West Lothian in an effort to tackle energy costs and fuel poverty. HEEPS: ABS funding is provided by the Scottish Government to all councils to deliver energy efficiently improvement works, with a focus on solid wall insulation, to privately owned

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