Funding and Grants

Measures likely to offer the biggest emission savings are:

  • Replacing your old boiler with a new high efficiency and ultra-low NOX model
  • Ecodesign stoves instead of open fires (for those that burn solid fuels)
  • Insulation (cavity wall, loft and solid wall)
  • Renewable technology such as air or ground source heat pumps or solar water heating.

 

Support available for residents this winter:

Citizens Advice Fuel |Poverty Line: Contact Citizens Advice in West Sussex on 0344 477 1171 for free and confidential advice, or visit their website – https://www.advicewestsussex.org.uk.

LEAP offers support for lower income households telephone for further information and support: 0800 060 7567
or email support@applyforleap.org.uk or visit websites – https://applyforleap.org.uk

Part of the LEAP service also includes:

Warmer Homes is a Warm Home Fund project that provides free gas connections and first time central heating for the vulnerable. Warmer Homes aims to reduce bills, increase comfort in non-gas households, and improve health outcomes for residents across all tenures. www.warmerhomes.org.uk


Retrofit Works
Another route to improvements is through the emerging Retrofit Works project. Retrofit Works project manage improvements from design to implementation and the works are funded through local authority grants. Please contact your local authority to enquire about whether they have signed up to the scheme. https://retrofitworks.co.uk/

 

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