Our Projects

HEET runs a range of projects in north and east London to help reduce fuel poverty and carbon emissions.

Waltham Forest

HEET is commissioned by the London Borough of Waltham Forest to run a project to reduce fuel poverty and carbon emissions in the borough. The project is targeted at fuel poor households. We provide free energy saving advice and fit energy saving measures for eligible households. Find out if you are eligible for our free service .

LEAP visits for Enfield and Redbridge residents

HEET has partnered with LEAP - The Energy and Money Saving Service - to help local residents in Enfield and Redbridge save money on their fuel bills and keep their homes warm and cosy.

If you're eligible, you will get a FREE home visit from a qualified adviser who can:

  • help check if you are on the cheapest energy tariffs
  • install FREE, simple energy saving measures
  • give you day-to-day energy efficiency tips and ensure your heating system is set up to keep you warm and save money
  • arrange a FREE telephone advice service to help with benefits, debt and other money problems
  • refer you for further energy efficiency improvements, such as loft insulation or a new boiler

You may be eligible for a LEAP visit if you:

  • have a low income
  • receive Housing Benefit
  • receive an income or disability-related benefit
  • have a long-term illness or disability
  • Call HEET to book a free home visit on 020 8520 1900 or you can use our online referral form.

    Redbridge Handyperson Scheme

    London Borough of RedbridgeHEET has a three-year contract (2015-2018) to deliver the Handyperson Scheme on behalf of the London Borough of Redbridge.

    For a small charge, the scheme assists older, vulnerable and disabled residents with odd jobs and small-scale repairs around the home.

    The service is available to all Redbridge residents who are:

    • aged 60 years or over;
    • disabled or have a long term serious illness or health problem which makes it difficult to carry out the work; or
    • awaiting discharge from hospital.

    For more information, click here or call the Handyperson Scheme number, 020 8520 4554.

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