ENERGY EFFICIENT HOMES
Hull is pushing forward the implementation of its energy efficient strategy to eradicate fuel poverty through installing and implementing a comprehensive list of energy efficient measures to 3,000 residential properties in the city.
CONNECT WELL HULL (SOCIAL PRESCRIBING)
Funded by Hull’s Clinical Commissioning Group, Hull City Council and delivered by Hull & East Riding Citizens Advice Bureau to provide welfare advisers and wellbeing co-ordinators in 27 locations across the City, including GP practices, offers advice and help to access support and guidance on :
- Choice – helping people to feel more linked in with the community
- Advice – helping with issues such as money, benefits or housing
- Support – helping with physical conditions or emotional difficulties
- Active – helping people to be more active and feel better
Promoting healthy and sustainable food, tackling food poverty by improving access to healthy food and building community food knowledge; promoting a vibrant sustainable food economy by transforming catering and food procurement, reducing waste and the ecological footprint.
JAM JAR ACCOUNTS
Hull City Council and Hull and East Yorkshire Credit Union teamed up to offer a supported bank account that makes it easier for people to manage a monthly income by ring-fencing regular household payments.