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The work produced an average reduction in CO2 emissions of 56%. 1 million local authority properties in England which are classified as seriously energy inefficient (unpublished BRECSU data). The DoE intended to follow up the Green House Programme with a guidance manual for local authorities and give preference to schemes which included energy efficiency measures when determining the allocation of HIP resources. Unless significant additional resources are provided, the competing demands on local authority and housing association capital resources will prevent significant increases in investment in energy efficiency measures.
Schipper and Meyers (1992) Energy efficiency and human activity: past trends, future prospects. Cambridge University Press. , Henderson, G. F. (1992) Domestic Energy Fact File. Building Research Establishment, Watford, p. 31. 1 Introduction Expenditure on the nation’s housing stock comes from a wide variety of sources. It is perhaps most useful to divide the stock into public and private sectors when examining funding sources. The public sector consists largely of property owned by local authorities, and housing associations.
1 HIP Local authorities invest a significant level of resources in their housing stock. 8 billion of outstanding repairs and improvements in 1985) and the proportion of spending approval allocated by the DoE to specific initiatives. Because of these two factors, unless there are significant increases in the HIP, it is unlikely that this programme will provide the level of improvement required. The DoE estimates that local authorities in England and Wales currently spend approximately £250 million of their HIP allocations on energy efficiency improvements to their stock.