About the Warm Homes Hub
The Warm Homes Hub is a local authority backed scheme which aims to improve the quality of heating and energy efficiency of Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County households. It is funded by the £150m Warm Homes Fund, which has been established by National Grid, and is administered by Community Investment Company, Affordable Warmth Solutions, to support local authorities to address some of the issues affecting fuel poor households.
As well as offering free first time gas central heating systems and insulation measures, the Hub offers free advice regarding the energy efficiency, enabling residents to realise substantial bill savings & maximise income for their household.
Councillor Sally Longford, Deputy Leader of the Nottingham City Council and Portfolio Holder Energy, Environment and Democratic Services comments about our scheme:
“The Warm Homes Hub in Nottingham over the next two years, will provide much needed support and advice to help households keep their homes warm and healthy. It is great to see city partners working together to tackle the challenge of affordable warmth and using funding to assist those in need. The City Council is committed to helping people afford the energy they need, and this project is a welcome step forward to helping us deliver on the aims of our fuel poverty strategy. “
Councillor Reg Adair, Deputy Leader of the Nottinghamshire County Council comments about our scheme:
“The Warm Homes Hub is a fantastic scheme that is helping households across the county save money and improve the quality of heating and energy efficiency. This scheme is particularly helping vulnerable people who have been affected COVID-19 and through the Warm Homes Hub, they can receive crisis support, central heating support and free energy advice. This scheme is running for two years and I’d like to encourage all Nottinghamshire residents to apply for the support they need, especially before the winter months begin.”