LDA helps households cut carbon emissions

The London Development Agency (LDA) is developing a “green concierge” service for homeowners in the capital. The service aims to be a one-stop shop for people that want to reduce their household carbon emissions and is part of the agency’s remit to implement the Mayor’s Climate Change Action Plan.
The LDA, the body tasked with driving London’s economic growth, will be responsible for implementing the Green Homes and Green Organisations programmes.
The Green Homes programme, which will incorporate the concierge service, aims to offer homeowners a single point of contact on green issues and will organises services that will improve the energy efficiency of homes and reduce household carbon footprints.
The scheme is expected to be rolled out across the capital, following a 12-month “prototype”.
The LDA is looking for a delivery partner to run and promote the service and has issued a tender through the Official Journal of the European Union.

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