|Create a warmer home environment|
|Lower heating costs|
|A new central heating system is more reliable|
|Control when and how you heat your home|
If your home doesn’t currently have central heating, you could qualify for a grant to cover up to 100% of the cost of a new system *(subject to survey).
This could include a new boiler, pipework, radiators and even the gas connection if you don’t already have one *(subject to survey).
To be eligible you must:
Warm Homes is a £2.9 million programme to help more than 700 households in the Leeds City Region and is funded by the National Grid and Affordable Warmth Solution’s Warm Homes Fund.
Part-funded by National Grid, the Leeds City Region Warm Homes programme will install gas-fired central heating systems and gas connections in eligible privately-owned and privately-rented homes in Barnsley, Calderdale, Craven, Harrogate, Leeds, Selby and York as well as eligible social housing properties in Leeds.
The scheme is being funded through National Grid’s £150m Warm Homes Fund (£1.6m) alongside local authorities, EON, Northern Gas Networks, Housing Leeds and private landlords.
Applicable residents must not have a central heating system already installed and struggle to heat their home.
If approved, householders will be offered new heating systems on a first-come, first-served basis. Qualifying owner occupiers will receive the system at no cost, while landlords with qualifying tenants will be offered heavily discounted systems.