Here you can find information on Nottingham's Fuel Poverty Strategy
Nottingham City Council is committed to creating a fair city where everyone has equal opportunities. One of the top priorities is to tackle fuel poverty by providing affordable warmth and healthy homes for all citizens.
Around 15% of households in Nottingham are affected by fuel poverty. To address this issue, the council has created a strategy framework and objectives in partnership with different organizations.
The strategy was launched in 2018 and will run until 2025. The council's work aims to eliminate E, F, and G EPC rated homes occupied by fuel-poor households and enforce new legislation to protect renters through Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards, in line with government goals.
Click below to download further information.
- Fuel Poverty Strategy PDF
- Fuel Poverty Strategy Executive Summary
- Domestic Energy Efficiency Fuel Poverty Report 2022
- Domestic Energy Efficiency Fuel Poverty Report 2019
- Domestic Energy Efficiency Fuel Poverty Action Plan
The long-term vision is
- For Nottingham City Council, partners and citizens to be empowered to tackle fuel-poverty challenges in low carbon, embedded and sustainable approach.
- To meet our aspirations, we are seeking to address the city’s challenges prioritising the most acute cases and areas first. We want to develop adaptive whole-house and person centred approaches.
The strategy tackles fuel-poverty in three key ways:
- Reduce energy bills
- Improve energy efficiency
- Maximise household income
Looking to the future, our strategy will examine links between fuel-poverty, indoor air-quality and summer overheating.
Below are examples of our innovative thinking. Click on like to read more on, MyNottinghamNews:
- Nottingham first to adopt revolutionary housing approach
- Sneinton to pave the way for a sustainable energy future for Nottingham
- Innovative technology enables more homes to connect to Nottingham’s District Heating Network
- Greener Housing, warming up Lenton Abbey and Clifton South
Find out more about the agencies in Nottingham working to tackle fuel poverty and how they can help local households.
Click here to find out if you can, cut the cost of keeping warm this winter
If you are interested in finding out more of the work of the DEEPF or the council’s work to tackle fuel poverty please contact us
- Email: Customer Support