Enfield Warm and Healthy Homes Scheme

Thousands of houses in the UK are hugely inefficient and many people lack the knowledge or money to do anything about it. Enfield Council has launched a new scheme to help residents stay warm and save money on their bills, in an effort to reduce fuel poverty. The scheme is designed to help households by installing a range of energy efficiency measures. Let us run you through it:

Eligible measures

First priority – Heating

  • Full central heating, including radiators and controls
  • Storage heaters
  • Central heating boiler replacement
  • Heating controls

Second priority – Insulation

  • Cavity wall
  • Loft
  • Solid wall, including external
  • Draught proofing
  • Hard-to-treat cavity works

Who is eligible?

To qualify for the help, you must:

1. Live in the Borough of Enfield

2. Be classified as – or at risk of- living in fuel poverty and be in need of an effective heating system or insulation.

3. Be living with a diagnosed long-term health condition.

  • OR have a diagnosed disability.
  • OR have responsibility for (and be living with) one or more children 0-16 years old.
  • OR be pregnant

You must also: 

4. Have a gross yearly household income not exceeding £16,010 OR be in receipt of one or more of the following benefits:

  • Pension credit
  • Income support or income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  • Universal Credit and not be employed or self-employed

How can I find out more?

Give us a call to find out if you qualify or to arrange a survey and to talk through your options. We can recommend a number of trusted installers and help you apply to the scheme.

The grant amount you receive is dependent on a number of factors. You will receive funding information once it is established which measure you are eligible for.

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