The City of London don’t currently have a dedicated fuel poverty programme, but they offer a range of services that can help those experiencing difficulties with fuel poverty. The City 50+ Project provides support for those over fifty, and can signpost residents to services for help in a range of areas including housing, income and benefits and health and wellbeing. The City Advice Service can help those who live, work or study in the City of London, or are a City of London resident, and can provide advice on a range of topics including tenancy agreements or housing benefits, financial queries and welfare benefits and legal matters.
Borough website: http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk
City 50+ Project
For City (Square Mile) residents over fifty.
A support and signposting service that aims to assist on a range of concerns including:
- Social care
- Income and benefits
- Health and wellbeing
The Outreach Worker is usually available form Wednesday- Friday and can be contacted on
020 7392 2987
07432 736 495
City Advice Service
For those who live, work or study in the City of London, or are a City of London Tenant.
You can ask for advice on a range of topics, including:
- Tenancy agreements or housing benefits
- Financial queries about credit cards, loans or bank accounts
- Welfare benefits and legal matters
They can also help with health and wellbeing related enquiries, such as where to find local health and wellbeing services.
City Advice Line 020 7392 2919
City of London housing repair service
0800 035 0003
For queries about specialist advice on energy efficiency
020 7332 3939
Family and Young People’s Information Service
Information on grants, allowances and support for people and young families, including benefits advice and financial help for lone parents
020 7332 1002
For a full list of appropriate services available in the City of London, including by tenure, please see the borough pdf below.