- Enfield Council announces a partnership with British Gas to deliver a major energy efficiency improvement programme to Council homes worth up to £10million.
- The project will see 1,000 of the poorest households in Enfield benefit from the programme.
- A £3million pilot scheme at 100 flats in Edmonton will start in April
- British Gas will fund these energy efficiency works through the Energy Company Obligation (ECO).
- The partnership will bring new jobs and new green skills to the local area
The Scott House project is being paid for through £3 million of funding from British Gas and Decent Homes money from Enfield Council provided by the Greater London Authority.
The 40% saving relates to the cost of central heating, hot water, electricity and gas bills over the course of a year.
The British Gas pilot project supports Enfield Council’s Decent Homes Programme, in partnership with the Greater London Authority. It attracts investment to improve thermal comfort, reduce energy use and reduce carbon emissions.