Published 6th October 2021 by

Norfolk Warm Homes wants to help residents live in a warmer home while enjoying smaller energy bills with reduced energy usage.

Whether it’s providing first time central-heating, replacing expensive old electric heating, installing loft and wall insulation or energy efficient air source heat pumps or providing expert advice and support to reduce your energy bills, we want to help you live in a warmer home and reduce energy usage. Less energy used means smaller energy bills for you. It also reduces the county’s carbon footprint, helping to achieve the UK’s commitment to net zero by 2050.

Who’s it for?

Anyone can contact us for help or advice on saving energy and benefits checks. Grants to help you insulate and heat your home are available for home owners and landlords whose tenants are on a low incomes or in receipt of qualifying benefits. Landlords can receive a two thirds subsidy of up to £5,000. Contact us to find out if we can help you with a grant.

Norfolk councils are working in partnership to deliver heating and insulation grants to the county’s residents.

Norfolk Warm Homes is a partnership programme, led by Broadland District Council, working with Norwich City Council, South Norfolk District Council, Borough Council of Kings Lynn and West Norfolk, Breckland District Council and Great Yarmouth Borough Council. Our aim is to support low income residents, reduce energy bills and increase the thermal comfort of their homes.

Norfolk Warm Homes is grant funded by National Grid (administered by Affordable Warmth Solutions CIC) and Central Government.


A leaflet on Warm Homes can be downloaded here [PDF, 1.7MB]