Age UK

The AGE UK’s public policy report on energy “A social tariff for off grid and off domestic supply customers”, addresses in Chapter seven what has become known as the ‘commercial supply trap’. This describes the position of many Park Homeowners who do not benefit from having a direct contract with an Energy supply company. IPHAS first raised this

Energy Bills Support Scheme (EBSS AF) Factsheet

The EBSS AF will provide a payment of £400 to around 900,000 households without a direct relationship to a domestic electricity supplier in England, Scotland, and Wales, to support them with their energy bill costs. This support is equivalent to the support provided automatically to households through the Energy Bills Support Scheme (EBSS). The scheme

THE LATEST UPDATE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS, ENERGY AND INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY

  IPHAS HAS BEEN ADVISED BY THE DEPARTMENT FOR BUSINESS, ENERGY, AND INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY, THAT THE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR THE £400 EBSS GRANT DUE TO BE DISTRIBUTED TO QUALIFYING PARK HOMEOWNERS BY ALTERNATIVE FUNDING ARRANGEMENTS, HAS BEEN POSTPONED YET AGAIN. WE ARE ADVISED THAT THE APPLICATION PROCESS ITSELF WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE UNTIL THE 27th

THE ENERGY BILLS RELIEF SCHEME (EBRS) and ALTERNATIVE FUNDING SCHEME UPDATE

The application process is subject to a pilot testing programme at the moment. If it is found to be successful, it will be trialled on live data before it’s released for the public to register for their payments. Further information will be posted on our website www.iphas.live as it becomes available. Ian Pye, Chairman 21st

FURTHER HELP FOR PARK HOMEOWNERS THROUGH CHARIS GRANTS

Charis Grants will be offering the Park Homes Warm Home Discount 2022/23 rebate to a limited number of park home residents in England, Wales and Scotland. Government has provided Charis with enough funding for an estimate of 3000 awards. The scheme will open on the 19th December and will close around the 30th December. Unfortunately, Charis are