ALMOST 2,500 homes in the more deprived parts of Glasgow have had energy-efficiency measures (mainly external wall insulation) fitted to them, during the last financial year, 2021-22.
And many more are sure to follow, following a decision by the local authority (as noted, here) to waive the usual cost of £1,500 per property (for external wall insulation) during this financial year.
This financial year, the programme is costing an estimated £6.437million, being paid for from the Scottish Government’s Energy Efficient Scotland: Area Based Schemes programme.
Among selected areas are Balornock, Barmulloch, Corkerhill, Craigend, Easterhouse, Knightswood, Townhead/Drygate and Westercommon. Homes there will receive either external wall insulation, internal wall insultation, or electric storage space and water heating controls.
Picture credit: Glasgow City Council
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