Address fuel poverty and help Newham residents live in warm homes

Our plan to address this step:
  • Establish baseline and develop affordable warmth plan
  • Raise awareness, and provide advice and information
  • Target those who are most vulnerable to fuel poverty
  • Improve home energy efficiency through improvement and enforcement
Tracking progress:
  • Energy efficiency of homes, take up of winter payment
  • Reduction in levels of fuel poverty
Who is involved:
  • Newham council
  • Private sector landlords
  • Home owners
  • Registered Social Landlords
  • eEnergy suppliers
  • Retail sector

Can you help?

We rely on the support from organisations and individuals to help us deliver our goals. We are on the look out for more partners who are able to support this step. Please email [email protected] or [email protected] to find out more.

Now is the time to act. Together we can make Newham a healthier borough.


Newham changemaker

Burhan is the Service Manager at Our Newham Money, a service that exclusively offers support to Newham residents who may be struggling with debt or the everyday cost of living. They help residents with the payment of utility bills, whether that’s providing energy vouchers for emergency support or offering advice on how residents can reduce bills, renew tariffs and get reconnected.

“We are essentially helping residents put food on the table and keep warm. Our goal is to understand their complete situation and provide them with the holistic support they need. If we can’t assist them, we usually know another service that can. There is a direct link between mental health and financial difficulties and it’s our job to help reduce the financial burden as much as possible and make sure people keep warm

and healthy during winter.”

– Burhan Uddin, Service Manager, Our Newham Money

Contact us

Get in touch to find out how you can support the borough’s drive to be healthier.

We are on the look out for organisations and people in our community who are thinking differently, challenging the norms, trying new things and looking at ways they can help Newham be a healthier borough.

If you think you can help, we’d love to hear from you, email [email protected]

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