Only 20 places left on Home Energy Solutions project

Selected roads in W7, W13, UB5 and UB2 eligible - is yours one of them?

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The Home Energy Solutions Project, funded by the Association of London Government, writes:

" Fancy a warmer home and reduced fuel bills? Of course you do, so read on�.

23 roads in the borough have been randomly selected for the final year of the Home Energy Solutions project.

To date we have worked with 407 households across the London boroughs of Brent, Ealing, Harrow and Hillingdon. Involvement in the project can lead to considerable savings year on year. For example, a couple in Notholt invested £150 in cavity wall insulation. This will save them £112 p/a on heating costs.

You could also find out whether you�re eligible for Government grants to make your home warmer and more comfortable. One of our clients (an elderly couple in Southall), signed up to the project as they were interested in finding out whether they were eligible for any government grants to make their home warmer. We found out they were and so referred them for assessment. From this the client received a loft insulation top up, and a new boiler � all completely free of charge. We also gave the household a package of low energy light bulbs. Through these measures the household is now saving over £100 p/a on their fuel bills.

Residents living in

Cuckoo Avenue, Harp Road, Greatdown Road, Bordars Road, Upfield Road, W7;

Laughton Road, Bengarth Road, Hearn Rise, Irving Avenue, Compton Crescent, Hawtree Avenue, New Dene Road, UB5;

Minterne Avenue, Havelock Road, Stour Avenue, Sherborne Avenue, Dorset Avenue, UB2; Erlesmere Gardens, Balmoral Gardens, Salisbury Road, Midhurst Road, Ridley Avenue, W13;

will be given free advice on energy efficient measures suitable for the home. Households that choose to be involved will also receive free energy efficient light bulbs with their welcome pack and immediate and ongoing advice on keeping warm, fuel tariffs and saving energy.

Funded by the Association of London Government and run by Energy Solutions (North West London) in conjunction with Ealing Council, the project aims to help households in the borough reduce their fuel bills and become more energy efficient.

Residents within these roads that wish to participate will automatically be entered in to a competition to win a �A� rated energy efficient appliance worth up to £350.

Residents within these roads that would like to become part of the project should contact Heather Watkinson, Project Coordinator on 0800 1695693 or email to find out more or visit"

November 9, 2005