Could you be eligible for the Warmer Homes programme?

West Sussex County Council is urging residents not to miss out on funding to make their homes more energy efficient. The Government-funded Warmer Homes programme is offering energy efficiency measures such as insulation, solar panels and air source heat pumps to eligible households on a first come, first served basis.

The funding is available subject to eligibility, technical feasibility and your home’s energy efficiency rating shown on its Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). You must meet the following criteria to qualify: Your home has an EPC rating of E, F or G (limited funding is available for EPC D rated properties). And either: You have a total household annual income of £30,000 or less (before housing costs/bills) Or: You receive a means-tested benefit or meet additional eligibility criteria specified by your local authority (this is known as the ECO flexible eligibility ‘statement of intent’). Homes with a mains gas supply could receive up to £10,000 while those that are off gas could receive up to £25,000. Councillor Deborah Urquhart, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Environment and Climate Change, said: “This is a significant opportunity for eligible residents to make changes at home that will have an impact on the twin challenge of rising energy costs and climate change. We would encourage our residents to take a close look at this opportunity and to pass on the information to friends and family they feel could qualify.”

The Warmer Homes programme is available to owner occupiers and private rental tenants only. If you are a private rental tenant, your landlord will be required to make a financial contribution. To apply online visit and click ‘apply now’. You can also call 0800 038 5737 to see whether you are eligible. ​   For further information please contact the news desk on 0330 222 8090 or email

For urgent out-of-hours enquiries please call 07767 098415.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

North Horsham Parish Council joins the nation in expressing its deep sadness at this time, as we remember with affection and gratitude the lifetime of service given by Her Majesty The Queen.

The Chairman of the Council will be sending an official letter of condolence to the Royal family at this difficult time.

As a mark of respect, our flag will be flown at half- mast at Roffey Millennium Hall.

A book of condolence will be opened shortly at Roffey Millennium Hall to enable residents and visitors to express their sympathy.

Statements from the Chair of West Sussex County Council, Cllr Pete Bradbury, and Lady Emma Barnard, HM Lord-Lieutenant of West Sussex can be found at this link: 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – West Sussex County Council

Further information about the Proclamation Day will be available in due course.

Publication Error

Please note the article from North Horsham Parish Council, in the Horsham Pages, which details the projects underway using CIL funding should state that the Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) unit will be installed in Crawley Road, Roffey on the side of the Norfolk Arms NOT in North Heath Lane as stated in the article.