Almost 1,200 households across the Leeds City Region are being supported out of fuel poverty thanks to a £6m investment into energy efficiency measures from the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.
More than £1m to be spent on hard-to-treat homes across Kirklees
More than £500,000 to be spent on hard-to-treat homes across Calderdale
Ten Yorkshire councils, three Housing Associations and the West Yorkshire Combined Authority are helping local families and residents who have been struggling to keep warm.
The completed video showcasing some of the work available from the Better Homes Yorkshire Scheme is now available.
Ian McMillan's poetic plea No Need to Shiver
Better Homes Yorkshire have called on the whimsical words of Ian McMillan to help with the uptake of the scheme which was created to help residents in fuel poverty
Better Homes Yorkshire has managed to secure funding to offer FREE* insulation for residents across 9 Local Authorities within Yorkshire to help customers reduce their fuel bills.
The Keighley show home will be hosting open days on the 17th and 22nd of February, why not stop by and find out how the scheme can benefit you.
Cold Homes Week is a week of action on fuel poverty and excess winter deaths
As we enter the spring months of 2019, for many of us the need to turn our heating on to warm our homes will slowly reduce.
Better Homes Yorkshire, Leeds City council, Northern Gas Networks and Communitas Energy are working together to bring gas central heating to the Swarcliffe area of Leeds.
Barnsley Council organised the town’s first Armed Forces Energy Action Day on Friday 15 February to coincide with Fuel Poverty Awareness Day.
You can spread the cost with low monthly payments - plus there’s no deposit to pay.
Fuel Poverty Awareness Day is a national campaign aimed at raising awareness of the health problems caused by living in cold, damp homes.
Barnsley Council is proud to announce their Barnsley Armed Forces Energy Action Day.