|‘Every Home Matters’ Newsletter
1st April 2016
The Review report is shaping up very nicely with workstream leads inputting to their individual chapters. Everyone is now working on developing more detail on the recommendations particularly around the action plans for implementation. We will be discussing progress on the report and recommendations at the implementation board next week.
|This week…. Next week…..|
|· Alison presented and gave an Every Home Matters progress update at the Competent Person Forum on Tuesday 29th March
· On Wednesday 30th March, Elaine and Alison presented a progress update to the ECO Industry Fraud Prevention & Compliance Committee.
|The ECO Industry Fraud Prevention & Compliance Committee consists of representatives from the ECO suppliers, Ofgem and other representatives agreed by the group.
The committee was set up to discuss fraud and compliance risks relating to instances of fraud within the ECO programme and to agree mitigating actions encompassing prevention, detection and response.
The committee invited the Review team to present an update on Every Home Matters Review.
The committee discussed potential implications of the review recommendations for ECO, particularly around standards, quality assurance and ensuring compliance.
|Implications and Opportunities for Small and Micro Businesses led by David Adams|
|A meeting on the implications and opportunities of the Every Home Matters Review for small and micro businesses was held on Wednesday 23rd March. The purpose of the meeting was to review the emerging Review recommendations of the against the proposals in Installer Power (Maby and Owen 2015) for the delivery of retrofit in the private housing sector via the existing local networks of small builders and tradespersons that make up the repairs, maintenance and improvement (RMI) industry.
Points of agreement during the discussion:
|Every Home Matters Team (The Bonfield 10 )|
|The team is:
Peter Bonfield, Kanta Nar, Richard Mellish, Matt Webb, Lynne Ebdon, Diana Menville and;