Local council in Enfield to launch new Smart Homes scheme
A local council has revealed plans to launch a new scheme aimed at helping private home owners bolster their houses’ energy efficiency, a recent news report in the local business media has been able to reveal.
Under their own Smart Homes scheme, Enfield Council offers government grants of up to 75% of costs towards energy improvements in homes to a maximum of £6,000. The grants are open to both owner occupiers, private tenants and private landlords.
Smart Homes also supports other energy improvements highlighted in a Green Deal Assessment such as double glazing, secondary glazing and or energy efficient boilers. The project is being run by Haringey Council, working with the boroughs of Enfield, Camden, Hackney, Islington, and Waltham Forest, and will run until the 31 of March 2015.
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