House of Commons
FUEL POVERTY IN COVENTRY AND NATIONWIDE
EDM #114
Tabled 03 July 2017
2017-19 Session
That this House recognises that there are approximately 19,000 households in Coventry living in fuel poverty; further recognises that 2.35 million households across England are living in fuel poverty; notes that in the UK, average annual domestic gas prices rose by around 125 per cent in real terms between 2004 and 2014; acknowledges the hardship and suffering this causes; regrets that so few residents have benefited from the main national energy efficiency programme; and calls on the Government to introduce a new Warmer Homes, Cheaper Energy insulation scheme to target support at households living in fuel poverty.

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