Building on the work of the Affordable Warmth Partnership, this project aims to make the home of every vulnerable Calderdale household a safe and warm place to live. The project will reduce fuel poverty, improve public health, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and create jobs. The project will provide insulation, efficient heating systems, and make homes a safe environment focusing on vulnerable households and hard to treat houses. 2865 households will benefit from the installation of energy efficiency measures, 1250 households will benefit from safety interventions and 180 households will receive Green Doctor advice.
Latest monitoring information:
1 October - 31 December 2012 - latest monitoring report
1 July - 30 September 2012 - latest monitoring report
1 April - 30 June 2012 - latest monitoring report
1 January – 31st March 2012 - monitoring report
1 October to 31 December 2011
- 139 lofts and cavities have been insulated
- 64 handrails installed to staircases
- 300 CO monitors delivered
- 45 Keys safes installed
- 2 other major hazards removed
- 7 repayment loan applications costing £15,021 for boiler repairs/replacements, new central heating systems, poly bead cavity insulation, essential safety / repair works.
- 111 households received rails for stairs and steps and other low cost, high impact safety measures
- 7 Secure Warm Front Top Up Grants for vulnerable households where the cost of any WF work exceeds the cost of any work available.
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