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Energy efficiency

Social housing

Are you a local authority or social housing provider? Get expert, impartial advice and funding support to enhance the energy efficiency of your housing stock, help your customers, and get to net zero.

Energy efficiency support for social housing

In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, many social landlords are working to get all properties to minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) band C by 2030, on the road to Net Zero Carbon by 2050.

In Scotland, the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing requires social housing providers to achieve Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) rating targets for specified house types by 2020, with new targets being set up to 2050.

To achieve these aims you’ll need to plan improvement programmes, identify funding support, and overcome barriers, such as planning constraints and unreliable and incomplete stock data.

We can offer expert support to help you better understand your stock portfolio, and to develop your energy efficiency and decarbonisation plans and programmes.

Support for social housing providers

We can support you through the following areas:

Support for social housing providers in Scotland

In Scotland, there are a few sources of funding that we can provide advice on.

Support for social housing providers in Scotland - mixed tenure

In addition to the schemes above, there are also schemes available to mixed tenure programmes in Scotland. This covers programmes where social housing neighbours owner occupied and privately rented properties.

Enhance the energy efficiency of your housing stock

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Last updated: 21 March 2024