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Homes in West Norfolk encouraged to check eligibility for Green Homes Grant scheme ahead of energy price cap increase

Warm Works - Green home grants could make your home more energy efficient

Published: Tuesday, 8th March 2022

Published on behalf of Warmworks

With Ofgem’s announcement of a rise in the energy price cap from April 2022, residents in West Norfolk are being encouraged to check if they are eligible to receive help under a time-limited scheme that could help to help local householders offset the impact of any increases in their energy bills, be warmer in their homes and lower their carbon emissions.

King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council has secured some funding, in addition to the existing funding provided by Norfolk Warm Homes, via the Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery scheme. This is delivered by Warmworks and through funding from the UK Government, householders can apply to receive improvements to increase the comfort and warmth in their home. The scheme offers a wide range of insulation measures and renewable heating technologies just like Norfolk Warm Homes, which are designed to support homes to reduce their impact on the environment, including air source, ground source, and hybrid heat pumps.

The Warmworks scheme is time limited and is open to homeowners, private tenants and landlords, where the home has a low energy rating and a low annual income.

Warmworks will arrange a survey in the homes of eligible householders to agree the work that will be carried out. An accredited and registered sub-contractor team then completes the installation of the agreed heating and energy-efficiency measures, before an independent inspection assesses the completed work against rigorous quality standards. Where required, Warmworks will also then arrange for a full annual service to be completed 12 months later.

As well as the Warmworks scheme, the borough council will also be announcing some further funding for Norfolk Warm Homes and the new Home Upgrade Grant, which will be launching shortly.  

Cllr Sam Sandell, cabinet member for people and communities, said:

“This scheme is one that people across west Norfolk can benefit from, and with Ofgem’s announcement of an increase in the energy price cap from April, now is the time to check if you are eligible.

“People who are on a low income and finding it hard to heat their home could benefit from measures that will make their home warmer, offset increases to their energy bill, and decrease their home’s impact on the environment.

“I’d encourage everyone in west Norfolk to check if they are eligible to receive help from the Green Homes Grant scheme.”

Ross Armstrong, Warmworks Managing Director, said:

“I’m delighted that Warmworks is working in partnership with the borough of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk to deliver the Green Homes Grant scheme.

“Not only do the funded energy efficiency measures that the scheme provides give local people an opportunity to reduce their carbon emissions and support the transition to Net Zero, but also one of the most important benefits we can offer through the scheme is to help people feel warmer, healthier and happier in their homes.

“A few minutes to complete our short application could help your home stay warmer for years ahead.”

You can find out if you are eligible for the scheme by completing the short application form at or by calling 0808 196 8255.

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