This event takes place on Monday 12th June 2017 at 2.00pm in the Community Space in Bernard Weatherill House.

A pilot project of 200 home visits has just taken place.  Croydon residents were visited in their homes by an energy assessor. They were given energy efficiency advice, support finding the best gas and electricity measures, advice on debt to energy suppliers, and information about health and wellbeing initiatives in their area. The energy assessor fitted some small energy efficiency measures, and did a survey of homes to see if larger measures could be fitted if funding were available. Croydon residents in private sector housing (owner occupiers and renters) likely to be in fuel poverty were targeted.

At the event on 12th June, Thinking Works, the not-for-profit organisation commissioned to run the pilot, will give a presentation on the project, and there will be an opportunity for questions and answers. They are very keen to have your feedback to help shape follow-up fuel poverty projects, including the inward and onward referral processes. There will be a workshop after the presentation.

To help to book the correct amount of refreshments, could you please email to confirm your attendance.