We continue our series on ‘green improvement’ grants and support provided by local authorities to landlords and tenants.
This post covers Greenwich London Borough Council to High Peak district council.
Greenwich London borough
All advice services and grants can be found on the mainpage here.
A variety of grants, loans and information can be found here.
There is the Gwynedd nest scheme which can be found here, which offers free home energy improvements. Homeowners should also email: email@example.com to see if there are any further available schemes.
Hackney London borough
There is the Halton Hearth scheme which can be found here. However, apart from that, there don’t seem to be any grants offered by the council.
All grants and available advice can be found from the main page here
Hammersmith and Fulham London borough
All grants schemes available can be found here.
Harborough offers a service through Harborough council which offers grants. More information can be found here.
All assistance and grants from the council can be found here
Harlow district council
It seems that they are currently offering no grants, but homeowners should email: firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire
Harrogate offers a variety of grants and advice which can be found here. Take note of the grant schemes at the bottom of the page
Harrow London borough
Harrow is offering phase 2 of the green homes grant which offers energy efficiency measures for EPC rated D properties. Information found here.
Hart district council
Hart has an energy improvements page which can be found here. A grant scheme can be found at the top under energy company obligation link.
Hartlepool offers the Warm-Up Hartlepool scheme, which can be found here.
Hastings borough council
Hastings offer a grant which can be found here.
Havant borough council
Havering London borough
Havering Council have a variety of funds and advice centres, which can be found here
Herefordshire county council
Hertsmere offers a variety of loans and services found here.
High peak offer advice as well as money towards bills. However, they do not currently have any grant schemes available that improve the energy efficiency of a property. Information found here
If you are at any of the Local Authorities listed above and provide help that is not listed or if we have got anything wrong, please let us know and we will amend this page. You can contact us via our green button messenger service on Landlord Law. Landlord Law members will find additional information about Councils in our Local Authority Directory.
The list of the next 20 Local Authorities will be published shortly.