MK fund enables older homes to improve energy efficiency through subsidies

Juliana ORourke
05 February 2010
 

The Milton Keynes Carbon Offset Fund, which enables older homes to improve their energy efficiency through subsidised loft and cavity wall insulation, has received its first contribution from the Milton Keynes Tariff.

The payment of £79,118 has come from the completion of the new John Lewis distribution centre at Magna Park in the Eastern Expansion Area.

John Lewis, Chief Executive of Milton Keynes Partnership (MKP), said: 'Up to £3 million of Tariff money will be paid into the Carbon Offset...

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