A Social Housing Guide to Eliminating Fuel Poverty

Fuel poverty can have a detrimental and profound impact on both residents and landlords. Not only are there health implications for residents living in fuel poverty, but it also increases the rates of property condensation, damp and mould issues as well as a host of other unintended side effects.

Social housing bears the brunt of this problem (likely due to its role in housing the country’s most vulnerable people) – and so it is up to social housing providers to take a proactive and innovative approach to the issue. Generally speaking, fuel poverty rates have remained stable over the last few decades – so the housing sector needs to take an honest look at what they are doing, how effective it actually is and if there are any other approaches that might help to combat the issue.


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