Domestic Retrofit


This page has information for suppliers about the procurement arrangements and accreditations required for the Sustainable Warmth programme and other future Government-funded retrofit schemes.



The Sustainable Warmth programme brings together two new schemes to tackle fuel poverty – Local Authority Delivery Phase 3 (LAD3) and Home Upgrade Grant Phase 1 (HUG1). The programme is Government funded and follows on from the Local Authority Delivery Phase 2 (LAD2) scheme that we are currently running in the region.

We have been successful in obtaining Sustainable Warmth funding from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) on behalf of local authorities. The programme will be delivered by local authorities and in some cases by social housing providers.

Want to know about retrofit procurement in other regions?

The Sustainable Warmth programme is being administered in England on a regional basis by the five Local Net Zero Hubs. Click the following links to find out how the programme is being delivered by other Net Zero Hubs in the MidlandsNorth East and Yorkshire, the North West and South West.

Still looking for advice that applies to you?

The information provided on this page is for tradespeople and suppliers.

Further information about the Sustainable Warmth programme will soon be available for owner-occupiers, tenants, private landlords, local authorities and social housing providers. If you have any queries in the meantime, please contact

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