The Kent Health & Affordable warmth strategy
Updated on 22/09/2008
A brief Housing LIN Case study No8 describing the strategy in Kent to reduce fuel poverty and improve health.
South East LIN Regional Noticeboard
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We are grateful to Keepmoat for their support to enable us to develop and maintain these pages.
Paula Broadbent, Retirement Solutions Director, Keepmoat
Keepmoat is national market leader in community regeneration and housing solutions on a national scale. We are proud to support the activities of the Housing LIN Regional Networks, because of the excellent work they do in supporting commissioners and providers across the country to ensure there are sustainable housing options with care choices for people in their later years. The services of the Housing LIN are in synergy with Keepmoat's belief that people should have the opportunity to live full and active lives, ageing well in their chosen communities.
Also of interest
- Health and Winter Warmth - reducing health inequalities
- Health & wellbeing
- Age Friendly Bournemouth: Building Social Capital in Housing and Extra Care Dimensions
- Public health transformation nine months on: bedding in and reaching out
- Going for broke with personalisation - new approaches to housing with support for people with disabilities