Do you live in Oxford City?

A chance to have an energy assessment on your house. Initial interest is high, but don’t miss out on potential advice. A range of houses will be offered the package.

Register your house for a free Whole House Energy Assessment

A House Like Mine’ is a project from Oxford City Council, Low Carbon Hub and Cosy Homes Oxfordshire aiming to encourage the take-up of energy efficiency improvements in houses across the city.

To do this they are creating a range of engagement materials, with a focus on real case studies, that will be used at events, meetings, online and in print to help people understand what is possible in their homes. The idea is for people to see these case studies and recognise ‘a house like mine’ and be inspired to act.

To appeal to as many people as possible they want to cover a range of house (and tenancy) types in the case studies.

They have a limited number of free Whole House Plans from Cosy Homes Oxfordshire to offer to people taking part. 

The assessment will help identify the improvements you could make to your property that would cut energy use, carbon emissions and make your property healthier and more comfortable to live in.

To nominate a property, please fill in this short form. If selected, Low Carbon Hub will be in touch to arrange the Whole House Plan assessment from Cosy Homes Oxfordshire.

Find out more and register your interest: A House Like Mine – Low Carbon Hub

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