Centre 70

Project Summary:

Centre 70 is requesting funding to continue their Fuel Debt Poverty Prevention Project, which works with low-income clients in the Lambeth area of London. The funding will provide for one part time worker for two years to continue providing the comprehensive income maximisation service, including energy efficiency advice, to their clients. The project will also provide referrals to their specialist Housing service, where appropriate, to carry out household improvements. The Projects current funding provided by the British Gas Energy Trust ends on the 31/05/08.

Expected Number of Individuals: 1,200

Expected Number of Households:650

Trustees Meeting:June 2008

Funding Amount Approved: £44,522

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