Tag: Fuel poverty

More Holbeck back-to-backs to benefit from insulation works

250 back to back houses in Holbeck are set to receive insulation works to reduce householders’ energy bills. Senior councillors on the executive board will discuss plans for the Rydalls, Shaftons, Crosbys, Runswicks and Pleasants areas at their meeting next Wednesday (17 April 2024). A smaller scheme for the Cedars

Council launches new scheme to help residents cut energy bills

Hundreds of Leeds homeowners, renters, and landlords of properties without gas central heating can now get energy saving green measures installed free of charge or at a significant discount, thanks to a new Leeds City Council scheme. The council’s Home Energy Help team is working in partnership with energy services

Free solar panels and insulation to combat fuel poverty

Low-income homeowners in Leeds can now apply for free solar panels and insulation, thanks to a new scheme to help residents save money and tackle climate change. Eligible residents will be able to install energy saving technology—including solar panels, cavity wall insulation and, in some areas, external wall insulation—completely free

Warmer homes for Middleton residents

Leeds City Council has secured £2.9 million of funding to provide targeted energy efficiency improvements such as cavity wall insulation, air source heat pumps, and external wall insulation in areas with high levels of fuel poverty and inefficient homes. The work, which is funded by a Department for Business, Energy

Holbeck homes warmer for winter

Over 150 properties in the Holbeck area of Leeds are now warmer, cheaper to heat and more energy efficient thanks to a programme to tackle fuel poverty funded by the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) More than 150 households in Leeds have seen their homes made warmer in time