Mayor Of London’s Warmer Homes Programme Offering Grants
Don’t miss out. Grants of up to £25,000 are being offered by The Mayor of London to low income home-owners and private tenants living in poorly-insulated properties to help them combat rising energy bills. But residents are being urged to apply quickly before the offer closes.
The Mayor of London’s Warmer Homes programme is providing grants between (£5,000-25,000) for a range of measures including double-glazing, draught-proofing and insulation for walls, lofts and floors. Households with an income of under £20,000 after tax, national insurance and council tax or who receive qualifying benefits can apply.
Greenwich and EON Green Home Grant (up to £10,000) for a range of measures including insulation and boiler upgrades is available to households on means-tested benefits or with a gross household income under £30,000.
Grants will be given on a first-come, first-served basis and the energy-saving experts at South East London Community Energy (Selce) are urging parents and guardians to apply before the middle of this month to have the best chance of receiving the award. Selce is also providing free help to complete their applications in time. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0204 566-5764 to book an appointment.
Alternatively, drop in to one of Selce’s Energy Advice Cafes for one-to-one support:
Every Monday from 10am to 3pm at the Central Library, Bexleyheath DA6 7HJ
Every Tuesday from 10am to 2.30pm at Woolwich Library, SE18 6HQ