London Mayor touts £51m green upgrade support for 3,200 fuel poor homes

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Homes in south-east London | Credit: iStock
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Homes in south-east London | Credit: iStock

Low-income homeowners and Londoners who rent privately will be eligible to claim grants of up to £20,000 from March 2022

The Mayor of London has set out plans to funnel £51m funding towards slashing carbon emissions from thousands of homes in the UK capital, as part of a package of measures aimed at boosting energy efficiency...

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