Local Authority Delivery Phase 2 (LAD2) – a scheme to make energy-saving improvements to the homes of people who struggle to pay their heating bills – has now been replaced by the Sustainable Warmth programme.
Sustainable Warmth is a Government-funded programme that follows on from the Local Authority Delivery Phase 2 (LAD2) scheme. Sustainable Warmth brings together two new schemes to tackle fuel poverty: Local Authority Delivery Phase 3 (LAD3) and Home Upgrade Grant Phase 1 (HUG).
The Greater South East Net Zero Hub has been successful in obtaining Sustainable Warmth funding on behalf of local authorities. Further information about the programme and how it will be delivered will be available shortly. If you have any queries in the meantime, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We are continuing to recruit suppliers. If you are a supplier who is interested to find out how you can carry out work for new and future energy-efficiency schemes in the region, you can get more information here.