Crawley Borough Council makes Local Authority Delivery Scheme available to help lower energy bills

Crawley Borough Council has successfully bid for funding to extend the Government’s Green Home Grant, Local Authority Delivery Scheme (LAD) scheme across West Sussex.

Thursday, 22nd April 2021, 2:48 pm
Updated Thursday, 22nd April 2021, 3:01 pm

Residents can apply for this funding if they have a household income of less than £30,000 or their home has a low energy efficiency rating (G, F, E or D rating).

Eligible residents in the Crawley borough could receive fully funded support of up to £10,000 for energy efficiency improvements in their homes.

The funding can be used for a range of energy efficiency improvements and low carbon heating measures, including solid wall insulation, solar PV panels, low carbon heating, insulation if you live in a park home, smart heating controls and more.


As part of the Local Authority Delivery Scheme, private and social landlords will be able to access up to £5,000 with a one-third contribution.

To check your eligibility and book a free assessment contact Warmer Home Partners on 0800 038 5737 or go to and apply online

Living in a warm home is important for people’s physical and mental well-being.

If you are not eligible for the Green Home Grant or need additional support, the West Sussex Citizens Advice Energy Telephone service can offer free advice to help you reduce your energy bills and suggest other schemes you may be eligible for.

You can find out more about the Home Energy Service Advisor by visiting, or call 01243 974063 (Monday to Friday 10am- 4pm).