Householders looking forward to a warmer Christmas indoors thanks to investment into tackling fuel poverty
A total of 179 homes in Bradford and Barnsley have been helped out of fuel poverty in time for Christmas thanks to almost £1.475m of investment into energy efficiency measures from the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, and local match funding.
Over 150 properties in the Holbeck area of Leeds are now warmer, cheaper to heat and more energy efficient thanks to a programme to tackle fuel poverty funded by the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP)
Barnsley Council is set to launch its 2018 Warm and Safe Homes Campaign next Wednesday. The campaign aims to highlight some of the help available locally to keep people keep warm, safe and well this winter.