We continue our series on ‘green improvement’ grants and support provided by local authorities to landlords and tenants.
This post covers Eastleigh Council to Great Yarmouth district council.
Unfortunately, since the green homes grant has now stopped accepting applications, it seems that Eastleigh do not offer any further grant schemes or funding. They do have an advice page which can be found here
All grants and available funding can be found here
All available grants and advice can be found here
Enfield London borough council
Enfield London borough council offer a warmer and healthy homes scheme. Information for which can be found here
Epping Forest borough council
Epping forest offer grants for low-income households, as well as advice on how to reduce energy bills. Information can be found here.
Epsom & Ewell council
Epsom and Ewell council ask for you to contact action2surrey to inquire about any grants or funding available. Information can be found here.
Exeter city council
Exeter offers a variety of funds. This page here relates to energy advice (but note that the Green Homes Grant has expired). This page here refers to a ‘warm up grant’ which can be found here. Another grant can be found here.
Fareham has a variety of grants as well as external links to advice pages. Information can be found here
Fenland district council
Flintshire district council
You can find the main page on energy here. There are two grants available with an advice team also.
Folkestone & Hythe council
Folkestone has a variety of grants which can be found here.
Forest of Dean
The council here offer a warm and well grant which can be found here.
Flyde council is part of the Cozy Lancashire scheme which offers grants and funding. Cozy Lancashire can be found here.
There are a variety of grants which can be found here.
Gravesham borough council
All grants offered and information can be found on the main page here
Great Yarmouth council
Great Yarmouth is part of the Norfolk Warm Homes scheme which offers grants as well as advice on how to reduce your energy bill. Information can be found here.
If you are at any of the Local Authorities listed above and provide help that is not listed or if we have got anything wrong, please let us know and we will amend this page. You can contact us via our green button messenger service on Landlord Law. Landlord Law members will find additional information about Councils in our Local Authority Directory.
The list of the next 20 Local Authorities will be published shortly.
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