Dundee City Council's neighbourhood services committee will hear on Monday how the latest £3.9 million phase of an external wall insulation (EWI) programme will provide warmer, more energy-efficient homes at over 400 properties.
Social enterprise Scarf and Aberdeen City Council have announced a scheme funded by the Scottish Government offering a raft of free insulation measures to homes across the city. Warmer Homes Aberdeen is managed and delivered in partnership between Scarf and the local authority and offers free loft,
Kevin Stewart MSP with Glasgow City Councillor Kenny Mclean and two Everwarm employees Minister for local government, housing and planning, Kevin Stewart, visited this week to see first-hand, the benefits realised by the Scottish Government’s Home Energy Efficiency Programmes for Scotland (HEEPS),
A £6 million energy efficiency programme delivered by Melville Housing Association has resulted in 736 homes across Midlothian and South Lanarkshire being significantly warmer and cheaper to live in. The extensive work, which has just finished following the completion of the final property in Easth
More homeowners will be able to carry out energy efficiency work and improvements on their properties as a pilot scheme expands. The HEEPS (Home Energy Efficiency Programme Scotland) scheme lets homeowners on low incomes borrow up to £40,000 for energy efficiency improvements and essential repairs,
The Scottish Government’s Home Energy Efficiency Programme Scotland (HEEPS) loans scheme for Registered Social Landlords 2018/2019 is now open for applications. Loans of between £30,000 and £1 million are available to housing associations and housing co-operatives to install energy savings impro
The latest £1.7 million phase of an external wall insulation (EWI) programme in Dundee is to provide warmer, more energy efficient homes at another 232 properties, councillors will hear on Monday. Nearly £40 million has been spent across the city since 2016 to ensure homes are easier to heat and m
(from left) South Ayrshire Council’s portfolio holder for housing and customer services, Councillor Philip Saxton, Andrew Filby (Energy Agency), Councillor Peter Convery, SAC executive manager people directorate, Chris Carroll (SAC), Councillor Craig Mackay Hundreds of poorly insulated properties
(from left) Chris Carroll (SAC); Liz Marquis (Energy Agency); Councillor Arthur Spurling; Councillor Julie Dettbarn; Councillor Philip Saxton (portfolio holder for housing and customer services) and Andrew Filby (Energy Agency) on James Street in Tarbolton Major energy efficiency works to be carried
Up to £1.4 million is available for Orkney residents to help make their homes more energy efficient. The local authority has secured the HEEPS: ABS funding from the Scottish Government to assist home owners, private sector tenants and landlords to improve their properties' energy efficiency.
Argyll and Bute Council is giving householders the opportunity to make their homes more energy efficient as a result of the Scottish Government’s Home Energy Efficiency Programmes for Scotland: Area Based Scheme (HEEPS: ABS). The council has been awarded a grant of £1,669,978 to help residents ma
A near £4 million programme of external wall insulation is to be installed into Dundee City Council homes thanks to the Home Energy Efficiency Programme for Scotland, councillors will be told next week. Members of the neighbourhood services committee will hear that properties in Tullideph, Marshall
The Scottish Government has made £30 million of funding available to help householders make their homes more energy efficient. The Home Energy Efficiency Programme Scotland (HEEPS) scheme allows individual householders to apply for an interest-free loan of up to £15,000 (with a 25% cashback offer)
Receiving their award from sponsors Northern gas heating are (2nd left) Steve Laurie, E.ON; Karen MacLean, the council’s energy advice officer & Omar Rickets, E.ON The Highland Council has won a national award for a project aimed at cutting the cost of heating Highland homes.
Bob Doris MSP (centre), joins Cube housing officer Leanne Stanger and Cube director David MacKenzie at Gorget’s district heating energy centre An MSP visited Cube Housing Association to learn how tenants in Knightswood are keeping warm while saving money on fuel bills.