LOW ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROPERTIES COULD BE THE NEXT NO WIN NO FEE TARGET FOR PRIVATE TENANTS
As of April 2017, tenants in a private rented property can make a legal claim against their landlord if they have requested repairs and these repairs have not been carried out.
Energy company funding for the private rented sector ends in October 2018.
Through our partner, Green Deal First, we have access to over £30 million of this funding, meaning many improvements to your rental property could be FREE.
Through the Energy Company Obligation (ECO), there are two separate funding streams available.
The Home Heating Cost Reduction Obligation (HHCRO) is the funding stream that supports vulnerable homeowners and private renting tenants in receipt of certain income related benefits.
The Carbon Emissions Reduction Obligation (CERO) is the funding stream designed to reduce the country’s domestic carbon footprint. The funding applies to any home (both social and private) and focuses on insulation. 15% of CERO activity must be carried out in deprived rural areas.
Find out how you could access funding, make sure your portfolio meets minimum energy efficiency standards and avoid legal action.
Thrift Energy is working with Local Authorities and Housing Associations across the country to deliver high quality energy saving measures that lift residents out of fuel poverty, make homes warmer and importantly make a real difference in the communities we work in.
Speak to one of our friendly advisors today on 0800 689 3425, or alternatively leave your contact details below and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible.