What is LAD2?

Local Authority Delivery Phase 2 - Making homes more energy efficient

The Greater South East Energy Hub has received £79.6 million of Government funding for the second phase of the Local Authority Delivery scheme, also known as LAD2.

The money will be used to fund local-authority schemes that make energy-saving improvements to the homes of people who struggle to pay their heating bills. These improvements will help residents to use less energy and spend less on their energy bills. The improvements made will also help cut carbon emissions and create green jobs in the region for those needed to carry out the work.

Local Authority Delivery Phase 2 - Greater South East region

  • If you own your own home, or are a tenant, or a private landlord with tenants, you could be eligible to apply for energy-saving improvements. Find out more here.
  • Tradespeople who are interested to find out how they can carry out work for schemes in the region can find more information here.
  • If you are a local authority or social housing provider that is either already involved, or interested in becoming involved, in Local Authority Delivery Phase 2, you can refer to further information here.

Click here to download a map of the area covered by the Greater South East Energy Hub.

Local Authority Delivery Phase 2 - Other regions

The funding administered by the Greater South East Energy Hub forms part of the £300 million funding allocated to the five Regional Energy Hubs in England by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

You can find out more about the LAD2 schemes in other regions by visiting the other four Regional Energy Hub webpages below.

Further information about Local Authority Delivery and its other phases can be found on the GOV.UK website.

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