Key - Durham University

Report
North London Retrofit -DECC Green Deal Communities
Haringey led bid for North London 2014
Sue Wolff, Housing retrofit
Officer, Haringey Council
6 North London Boroughs
Haringey
Enfield
Waltham Forest
Hackney
Islington
Camden
What is DECC Green Deal
Communities?
• A new fund set up by DECC to provide local
authorities with extra money to encourage
housing energy retrofit
• Aimed at ‘hard to treat’ houses ie solid wall
houses – the traditional house type in London
where solid wall insulation is too expensive to
be funded under Green Deal loans
2. Comprehensive offer and promotion
• Get a Green Deal Assessment- the first step
• Access all of
• Green Deal Loan- not compulsory
• ECO grant for
– Carbon Emissions reduction obligation (CERO) for solid wall
insulation, carbon savings community obligation (CSCO) for 15%
of the lowest income areas and Home Heating Cost Reduction
Obligation(HHCRO) available to recipients of means tested
benefits on low income, disabled and elderly
• A DECC funded top up grant of up to £6000
• One Stop service
Overview
Approach to delivery of Green Deal Communities
1. Street-by-street approach
2. Comprehensive offer and promotion
3. Delivery of retrofit
4. Supply chain development
5. Long term sustainability
Five example Green Deal packages
Summary of project outputs
1. A street-by-street approach to
delivery
• Tested and developed street-by-street approach (GLA/DECC Green Deal
Communities Muswell Hill Low Carbon Zone), DECC Green Deal Pioneer
Places
• Local advocates, tailored communications, events and door knocking
• Utilise thousands of “warm leads” already generated through previous
programmes to enable cost effective and speedy take up
• Ward areas identified for each borough
2. Comprehensive offer and promotion
• Range of packages and incentives suited to
– owner occupiers, private rented sector, blocks of
flats, and those in Conservation Areas
– Non-domestic sector: local SMEs and existing
Green Light North London network of businesses
– Fuel poor households: promotion of grants and
collective switching and energy advice
• Creativity of incentives: “nominate my
community scheme”, Retrofit Coordinator
3. Choice of supplier and ECO funding
1. “Preferred supplier” recommended by the
Council but potential to use any Green Deal
accredited supplier
2. ECO funding commitment
3. RetrofitWorks: the good building cooperative,
already established: Owned by members who
cooperate on core functions e.g. promotion of
services, purchase of materials, partnerships
with GD Providers and compete on price and
service offer.
4. Supply chain development
•Builds on existing North London SME Retrofit
Network – 700 SMEs, a range of trades.
•RetrofitWorks cooperative network (DECC
Green Deal Pioneer Places). Bulk purchase of
PAS2030 training for its members.
•Significant match funding leveraged for the
project form £1m ERDF, CONEL
5. Long term sustainable proposal
• Evaluate the scheme and support the future
development of the Green Deal market through
research partnerships (Durham University
Energy Institute and University College London).
•RetrofitWorks cooperative network,
sustainable model to finance and deliver future
growth of Green Deal market and develop the
local supply chain.
Sample package for 3-4 Victorian
Terrace with Deep Retrofit Package
Measures
EWI
IWI
Cavity
Loft Insulation
Hot water
cylinder
New boiler
Controls
Draught
proofing
Underfloor
Insulation
Total cost of
Retrofit
3-4 Bed
victorie
DEEP
Retrofit
GD
Commun
ities Top
Up
Golden
Savings/mea Rule
sure
Contrib. Eco
£6,935
£386
£76
£76
£798
£798
£694
£5,444
-£412
£800
£42
£441
£80
£100
£800
£70
£0
£80
£720
£2,037
£854
£6,031
£8,921
Key
Golden Rule Measures
Sample package for 2-3 Victorian
Terrace with Lighter Retrofit Package
2-3 Bed
Victorian
Terrace
Golden
LIGHTER
Savings/mea Rule
Measures Retrofit
sure
Contrib.
Eco
EWI
IWI
£1,102
£37
£389
Cavity
Loft
Insulation
£250
£20
Hot water
cylinder
New boiler
Controls
Draught
proofing
£120
£32
£336
Underfloor
Insulation
£2,000
Total cost
of Retrofit
£3,472
Key Golden Rule Measures
£725
GD
Communi
ties Top
Up
£714
£250
£1,544
£2,508
Sample package for 1980s Second
Floor Flat
1980s Second
floor flat (1
Savings/meas Golden Rule
bed)
ure
Contrib.
Eco
Measures
EWI
IWI
Cavity
Loft Insulation
Hot water
cylinder
New boiler
Controls
£1,181
£16
£168
£250
GD
Communitie
s Top Up
£1,013
£250
Draught
proofing
Underfloor
Insulation
Total cost of
Retrofit
£1,431
Key Golden Rule Measures
£168
£1,263
Sample package for a Converted Flat
Measures
EWI
IWI
Cavity
Loft Insulation
Hot water
cylinder
New boiler
Controls
Draught proofing
Underfloor
Insulation
Total cost of
Retrofit
Convertd Savings/ Golden Rule GD Top
Flat
measure Contrib.
Up
£2,445
£102
£1,074
£10
£300
£20
£2,745
Key Golden Rule Measures
£100
£1,074
£1,600
Sample package for 1950s Hard to
Treat Cavity wall Semi-detached
Measures
EWI
IWI
Cavity
Loft Insulation
Hot water
cylinder
New boiler
Controls
Draught proofing
Underfloor
Insulation
Total cost of
Retrofit
1950s HTT
cavity wall
semi
detached
Golden
Savings/ Rule
measure Contrib.
GD top up
£600
£105
£1,103
£100
£80
£2,800
£300
£22
£226
£10
£2,700
£70
£1,328
£2,420
£3,780
Key Golden Rule Measures
Summary of project outputs
Average GDC incentive per
Total 1,105 households solid wall
household £3.5k
insulation + other energy measures
Average household contribution £2k
Developing Non Domestic Green
Deal
Support for fuel poor households
Supply chain development
Evaluation and long term sustainability
75 SME carrying out energy retrofit
Affordable warmth grants, collective
switching, energy advice
25 business PAS2030 certified
12 businesses receiving solid wall
training
Jobs and training opportunities
Research activities
Commercialisation of RetrofitWorks
cooperative network
Green Show Homes – solid wall insulation
North London Housing Retrofit
Energy Efficiency measures for SW terrace
Solid Wall Insulation Planning Guidance

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