Local Authority Delivery (LAD) (2020-2021): What is it?
Updated: Sep 2, 2021
The local authority delivery (LAD) scheme is related to the Green Homes Grant scheme. Launched in August 2020, the £500 million scheme was split into three phases. The aim of LAD was to increase homes with Energy Performance Ratings (EPC) of E, F or G.
1A was designed to allocate £74 million to 55 projects which aimed to upgrade the EPC of 10,000 low-income homes in 100 local authorities in England. These projects were aimed to end by August 31st 2021.
1B was designed to allocate around £126 million to 81 local authorities to deliver energy efficiency projects to upgrade 15,000 households. This included a bid element to obtain more funding for a local authority's region. The five regions were the South East, South West, North East, North West and The Midlands. These regions each had a Local Energy Hub which was designed to aid project development within each region. These projects were due to end by 30th September 2021.
Phase 2 was designed to allocate the last £300 million to the 5 Local Energy Hubs to upgrade a further 30,000 homes in England that were most in need with projects due to be ended by December 2021.
Allocations of funding for the regions were as follows:
The scheme was utilised to aid the roll-out of the Green Homes Grant scheme in England. Find out more information about the funding that was available for citizens under the Green Homes Grant.
At the time of writing (26/08/2021) the current results of the program are as follows:
Phase 1: By the end of June 2021, there were 3,144 measures installed in homes across England. The majority of these were from phase 1A and 76% of them accounting for insulation. 14,299 households have been identified for funding under phase 1 and are still expected to receive a measure, however, the deadline will have passed by this time.
There are no current results on Phase 2.