'Green' heating boost for Rotherham tenants

By Michael Upton | 19/11/2012 0 comments

'Green' heating boost for Rotherham tenants

COUNCIL tenants in two Rotherham villages will have warmer homes this winter thanks to plans to spend more than £117,000 on greener and more efficient heating systems.

LPG, electric and solid fuel heating in 12 homes in Ulley and Firbeck will be replaced with an air-to-water system, which will reduce emissions and help tenants avoid ‘fuel poverty’.

The work will cost £117,000 and the council has been given £35,760 towards the cost by the Energy Saving Trust. It will provide the rest of the funding.

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