Essex homeowners offered £10,000 to go green and save on bills
Funding is available for energy efficiency improvements to help make your home more cosy this winter.
Making your home more energy efficient will help save you money on future energy bills.
Are you a homeowner with a combined household income below £30,000 and an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of E, F, or G?
If you answered yes to the above, you could be eligible for free local authority funding of up to £10,000 to install energy efficiency measures in your home.
Our trusted partner, Aran Insulation, will assess your eligibility, carry out a survey on your home and complete the installation.
This funding is available on a first-come, first-served basis and all work must be completed by 30 June 2021.
Check your eligibility and apply today or call Aran Insulation on 0800 587 7795 or 01284 812 520 to avoid missing out.
Whilst the Parish Council upholds and fully supports any individual’s right to object to any given planning application, it does not and never will condone placing the planning applicant’s personal details into the public domain along with unfounded libellous allegations.
It is the PPC’s opinion that nothing less than an apology from the author of the Pebmarsh Mailing List e-mail that was circulated 3rd May, with regard to a planning application off Water Lane, would be acceptable.
For and on behalf of Pebmarsh Parish Council
Suffolk Housing have notified the Parish Council that a 2 bedroom, semi-detached bungalow suitable for a maximum of 3 occupants coming up to re let. This is at Pearson Close, Pebmarsh, CO9 2FE.
The property will be advertised via the Gateway at the end of March 2021 / beginning of April 2021 on the Homechoice website, allowing those with a connection to Pebmarsh to place their interest.
All parish & town councils in Braintree, Uttlesford and Colchester districts
Gt Notley Parish Council is kindly hosting a virtual completion event for its residents.
The council has kindly offered to welcome any resident of Braintree, Uttlesford or Colchester to this meeting.
I would be very grateful if you could publicise this event through your channels (website, enewsletter, engagement groups, outreach etc) so that anyone who needs support can join the event.
Please feel free to share this invitation with any of your local networks (Royal British Legion, WI, U3A, food banks, church groups etc).
Details of the event are as follows:
Census 2021 information event
A virtual event for you to learn more about the census, get help with the questionnaire and have your questions answered.
Wednesday 24th March 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 883 7379 0282
Keep in touch:
Register for email updates about Census 2021 and/or other areas of ONS
Access census information for community partners and local authorities
Follow @Census2021 on Twitter and Facebook
Hello everyone. A fairly short, but mostly positive, update from me on the Covid19 situation.
Numbers are down overall. As of 11 th February the Essex case rate is 112.7 per 100,000. The District with the highest case rate is Tendring with 182.8. Braintree District’s case rate is 143.5 which is down from 214.3 the previous week. So, all going in the right direction although Braintree still has one of the highest rates in the County. Witham is a ‘hot spot’ at the moment; the cause is not yet identified.
Hospital bed occupancy, as of the 11 th , has fallen to 579 Covid patients which is down 28% from the previous week. This is good news although it has been pointed out this is still high compared to Wave One last year.
As you are probably aware, a new shielding group has been identified. Essex Wellbeing Service will be contacting all this group and giving advice. We estimate there are around 30,000 Essex residents affected, roughly half of those are in the under 70 age group.
Finally, a message from Dr Mike Gogarty, Essex Director of Public Health and John Spence, Essex County Council Cabinet Member for Health & Social Care: They recognise the influence of family, friends and community acquaintances is really important in encouraging residents to come forward for their vaccination when invited to do so. If you can, please give out a positive message about the vaccinations; it’s the best way out of the pandemic and getting life back to normal.
I had my first jab last Monday. So easy and it felt like a really positive thing to do!
Take careand stay safe.
Best wishes. Gabrielle
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1)
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