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Homes set for warmth work.

Up to 200 homeowners and private tenants in Blyth Valley are in line for free work aimed at making their houses and flats warmer and more energy-efficient.

The Northumberland Warm Zone project has joined forces with Blyth Valley Council on the pounds 80,000 scheme, which aims to help people cut their annual fuel bills and insulate their homes to save energy.

About 200 properties are now set to get free cavity wall and loft insulation to help save householders hundreds of pounds on their electricity and gas bills.

Northumberland Warm Zone, which is sponsored by npower, has been contracted to manage the scheme.

Northumberland Warm Zone has identified the qualifying households from its records and owners and tenants will shortly receive letters.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jul 25, 2003
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