Swaffham Prior Community Heat

Swaffham Prior Community Heat Scheme

Currently 70% of homes in Swaffham Prior are heated by burning oil. This type of heating is environmentally unsustainable, very expensive and prices often fluctuate.

To address these issues Swaffham Prior Community Land Trust has been working with Cambridgeshire County Council to develop a design for a community heating network.
The overall aim of the project is to provide cheaper, renewable heating to as many homes as possible in the village.

For more information email info@heatingswaffhamprior.co.uk or click the button below.

The community heating network can replace individual household boilers; heat is supplied to each home from a shared energy centre that collects heat from the ground and pipes to into homes and other community buildings. This type of heating is often used in new developments, and the government has plans to introduce it into existing communities throughout the UK.
The community heating network can replace individual household boilers; heat is supplied to each home from a shared energy centre that collects heat from the ground and pipes to into homes and other community buildings. This type of heating is often used in new developments, and the government has plans to introduce it into existing communities throughout the UK.
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