The proposed project will employ a full time Fuel Save Advice Practitioner whose primary role will be to provide an assisted action approach to engage and support families and individuals in an aim to tackle fuel poverty, working with at least one or more of the activities of the project and will continue to work towards affordable warmth, income generation, energy efficiency, fuel debt management and seeking a more long-term and sustainable solution to fuel poverty.
Expected Number of Individuals : 420
Expected Number of Households : 120
Trustees Meetings : 13/07/2016
Funding Amount Approved : 26867