Liverpool: Household Fuel Poverty
Challenges: Excess Winter Deaths
In 2011/12, Liverpool recorded 170 excess winter deaths - ranked 10th out of 326 local authority areas in England EWD. Whilst excess winter death figures are reducing in Liverpool, down from 320 in 2008/09, there is still an urgent need to address the issue of the additional number of people who die in the winter months compared with the rest of the year.
Over the duration of CAP, we're proud to report the following accomplishments:
Frontline Staff Trained
Leading The Fight
We really proud of what the stakeholders and ourselves have managed to achieve. Making a difference in communities of interest by working together to tackle fuel poverty. Our hard work has allowed us to better understand community needs and build relationships between residents, community leaders, local authorities and charities.
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