Funding is available for fully funded A-rated gas-powered central heating systems for residents that currently use inefficient storage heaters, room heaters or coal and wood fires.
We have secured funding through National Grid’s Warm Homes Fund to deliver first-time central heating to homes in the district.
The funding will help eligible residents connect their homes to a more cost effective fuel and reap the benefits of a gas central heating system.
The project is being managed by award winning Community Interest Company, YES Energy Solutions, who will deliver the installations through their accredited installer network.
Eligible residents could receive:
- A-rated gas condensing combination boiler
- Radiators in every living space
- Thermostatic radiator values (TRVs)
- Wireless digital programmer
There is also funding available for gas connections via Cadent, providing residents meet the eligibility criteria and live close to other properties on the mains gas network.
The scheme works on a first come first served basis and funding is only available for a limited period of time.
Do you qualify?
Homeowners and private renting tenants that live in a property with no central heating (e.g. rely on room heaters, storage heaters or fires) can join the scheme if they meet the following criteria:
- The property must have no radiators (e.g. uses inefficient storage heaters, room heaters or fires as the main heating source) and must be close to other properties on the mains gas network.
- The resident receives one or more of the following state benefits:
- Pension Guarantee Credit
- Attendance Allowance
- Income Based Job Seekers Allowance
- Carer's Allowance
- Income Support
- Severe Disablement Allowance
- Income Related Employment & Support Allowance
- Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit
- Working Tax Credit
- War Pensions Mobility Supplement
- Child Tax Credit
- Constant Attendance Allowance
- Universal Credit
- Armed Forces Independence Payment
- Disability Living Allowance
- Child Benefit (income thresholds apply)
- Personal Independence Payment
- The resident has a household income of £20,000 or less (after rent or mortgage has been paid)
- One of the following four options:
- The property has no working central heating
- The property has less than 100mm of loft insulation and/or uninsulated walls (cavity or solid)
- The property is in EPC band D or below
- The resident has one of the following vulnerabilities:
- is aged over 65
- has children under 5
- is a pregnant women
- has a health condition made worse by the cold
- has a substance addiction
- has attended hospital due to a fall in the last year
- has dementia
- is a recent immigrant or asylum seeker
If you rent a property, your landlord may be required to make a contribution towards the cost of the installation.
YES Energy Solutions are managing the scheme on behalf of the council, with installations fulfilled through YES Energy Solutions and their accredited installer network.
Get in touch
Contact YES Energy Solutions to register your interest: