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Help Available for Tenants

If you are struggling with your energy bills, or have problems like damp, mould and a cold home, we can assist you to tackle these. We work closely with landlords to make improvements to their properties. 

If you suspect your landlord has not been fulfilling their responsibilities, you can report this to the local council – get in touch to find out more. 


SELCE offer a range of energy advice services if you are at risk of living in a cold and energy efficient home: 
  • Impartial advice on how to pay less for your electricity and gas 

  • Guide you through applying for discounts and grants 

  • Explain how to make your home more energy efficient 

  • Give you advice about energy debt 


If you fit into one of the following categories, we can also offer a free home visit to provide more in-depth information: 
  • Low income and high energy costs 

  • Aged over 60 

  • Long term health condition or disability 

On these visits, our team will: 
  • Explain how to make your home more energy efficient 

  • Install energy saving devices 

  • Offer impartial advice on how to pay less for your electricity or gas 

  • Give you energy debt advice 

  • Help you to access grants for home energy improvement by assessing whether you can benefit from a grant towards the cost of home energy improvements such as: 

  • Loft insulation 

  • Wall insulation 

  • Boiler replacement 

  • First-time central heating 

About Us

Future Fit Homes is working alongside Lewisham and Greenwich council to support landlords in improving their MEES.


Future Fit Homes is an initiative powered by South-East London Community Energy (SELCE), a non-profit co-operative formed in 2014 by a group of local volunteers who were concerned about the escalating pace of climate change and wanted to something about it in a local setting.  


Future Fit Homes aims to empower the people of South-East London to improve the energy efficiency of their homes.  

A number of energy advice services can support you to: 
  • Reduce your carbon footprint 

  • Live more comfortably in your home

  • Make your home more climate-resilient 

  • Make your home healthier, reducing illness from cold and damp 

  • Benefit from potentially large energy bill savings 

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