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Chichester District Council

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… Together solar electric (PV) panel scheme, which CDC supported and promoted. The scheme was organised through a standing group of Sussex officers working on sustainability issues. There is also a West Sussex group of officers working on fuel poverty. This group was instrumental in a successful application to central government for money to improve energy inefficient dwellings in the region…

… that they have identified for their area. Participants in existing or new groups could be: · Businesses & business organisations · Public sector services (health services, academic institutions) · Third sector (fuel poverty, debt advice, local food co-ops) · Other local authorities (parish councils, West Sussex County Council, neighbouring district councils) · Special interest groups (environmental…

… Officer 3.3 Homes The Council is working to reduce fuel poverty and excess cold in households in the District while ensuring greenhouse gas emissions do not rise as a result. Reducing the greenhouse gas emissions from existing homes can encompass both energy efficiency and renewable energy installations. CDC is working with energy providers to address fuel poverty and those…

… at risk of cold homes. There are the Chichester Warm Homes Initiative and specialist home energy advisors to help householders on low incomes or with disabilities to navigate the schemes available. CDC is also part of the West Sussex Affordable Warmth Partnership. The partnership includes all the district and borough councils of West Sussex and sets the aims and objectives for tackling fuel poverty

…. Furthermore, the CDC Housing Standards Manager has drafted the Housing Standards Financial Assistance Policy with input from the Climate Change Officer. The aim of the policy is to reduce fuel poverty and excess cold in homes in the District. Sometimes this can lead to increased fuel use and hence greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore the goal is to identify options that do not lead to increased emissions…


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