What does Government offer to help with rising energy costs?
Warmer Homes West Midlands is working in partnership with Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council and the West Midlands Combined Authority who have obtained funding through the national Sustainable Warmth Competition. This funding includes Local Authority Delivery scheme and Home upgrade Grant funding streams which aim to improve the energy efficiency of low-income households and low EPC rated homes, including those living in the lowest quality off-gas grid homes across their district.
Applications for this scheme are now closed.
If you completed an Expression of Interest and not heard from us this will be because you are not eligible – we are currently writing to all those households to let them know. There have been a huge number of applications so please bear with us.
Visit your Council’s webpage on this scheme HERE.
Please note that all applications are subject to a technical survey and an application acceptance does not guarantee that work will go ahead.
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