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Area Based Schemes : Guidance Note to Applicants

What is it?

If you have received a letter from the council advising that your residence is part of a project area and wish to express interest in this scheme please complete the Energy Efficient Scotland Expression of Interest Form. This can be found on the right-hand side of the page. 

Important Note:

Please read the guidance notes in conjunction with the Privacy Statement before applying.

Note to Applicants

Completing this form will note your interest in the proposed project.  It does not commit you to this project and you can withdraw at any time prior to signing a formal agreement with the contractor.

Glasgow City Council will provide your contact details to the Scottish Government's Home Energy Scotland service who will contact you to assess your circumstances to see if you are eligible for any other measures.

Home Energy Scotland will provide feedback to the Council of residents interested in the proposed scheme.  Should the scheme go ahead, these notes of interest will be passed on to the Council's appointed contractor to contact you to confirm your interest in the proposed project and to make a formal agreement to carry out the work if you choose to do so.

If you choose to receive advice from Social Enterprise Direct (SED) on how to save money on your fuel bills, your contact details will be shared with SED who will contact you to arrange a meeting or phone call.

Any personal information we record will only be used for the purpose of gauging the interest in the area for the proposed Energy Efficient Scotland project. (See Privacy Statement for more details).

Your data will be held by Glasgow City Council for 5 years from certain dates, after which it will be destroyed. (See Privacy Statement for more details).

You have the right to ask for further information and/or to withdraw your interest at any point, without having to give a reason and without any consequences.

The delivery of the proposed energy efficiency measures is dependent on securing Scottish Government's Energy Scotland funding.

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