Home Improvement Funding in Chesterfield

Chesterfield Borough Council has received funding from Gas Safe Charity Hardship Fund to carry out gas safety checks and minor repairs to gas appliances for home owners who meet the Gas Safe charity hardship fund criteria and live in the Chesterfield Borough Council area. The criteria:

  • 60 years old or over and have low household income and/or a disability
  • Under 60 and have a low household income and / or a disability, or
  • Considered exceptionally vulnerable by the HIA (you will need to provide a brief explanation)  

Hockerton Housing Project on Countryfile Diaries

A local eco housing co-operative featured on a national BBC programme during August. A Hockerton Housing Project resident was interviewed about nature and mental health. Watch it online (beginning at 34 minutes into the programme):

September Newsletter Out Now

Our September newsletter is out now and full of the latest climate change-related news and evnets in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

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New Community Energy Podcasts

Would you like to hear community energy groups talking about the role they play in the energy system? RegenSW has a new series of 12 podcasts:

Nottingham City Council Looking for Eight New Energy Officers

Nottingham City Council is looking to recruit eight new Senior Energy Project Officers, one for each of the LEP areas in the Midlands. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to help deliver a BEIS funded Local Capacity Support programme across the Midlands.