Stoke Council Want Your Views on Proposed Fuel Poverty Strategy

Stoke on Trent City Council are developing a new five-year plan to address fuel poverty in Stoke-on-Trent – and we want to hear from you about it.
We are developing the 2023-2028 Fuel Poverty Strategy as part of our ongoing commitment to ensure all residents can live in safe and warm homes.
It is being developed after government data identified Stoke-on-Trent as having the second highest proportion of households living in fuel poverty in England – with around 25,696 (22.1 per cent) of households in the city living in fuel poverty.

The new draft strategy is proposing to focus on four key objectives:

  • Helping people to reduce their energy bills;
  • Improving the efficiency of domestic buildings to reduce cold-related illnesses;
  • Maximise household incomes; and
  • Increasing renewable energies to reduce carbon emissions.

We’re now inviting residents to have their say on the proposals which are under consultation until Wednesday 25 October 2023.
This is your chance to tell us if we’ve got it right and let us know what else we should be doing to help tackle fuel poverty in the city.
Please click here to have your say.

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