Heat Network Regulations

Matt Landick made this Freedom of Information request to Reading Borough Council

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Dear Reading Borough Council,

Could you please confirm the following:
1. How many communal and district heat networks do you manage and where applicable, have you notified these as per the requirements of the Heat Network Metering and Billing Regulations?
2. Do you have budget in place to replace or upgrade any of these heat networks?
3. Who is responsible for managing your heating team and heating replacement schedule?
4. Do you have a fuel poverty strategy applicable to your housing stock and if so can you please share this?
5. How do you procure heating consultancy support? If applicable, which procurement frameworks do you use?

Yours faithfully,

Matt Landick

Coley, Kirstin, Reading Borough Council

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Dear Mr Landick,

 

Please find attached a copy of Reading Borough Council’s response to your
Freedom of Information request, received on the 8^th June 2017. I trust
the information provided meets your requirements.

 

Best regards,

 

Kirstin

 

Dr Kirstin Coley

Energy Management Officer

Sustainability Team | Directorate of Environment and Neighbourhood
Services

 

Reading Borough Council

Civic Offices, Bridge Street

Reading RG1 2LU

 

0118 937 2291 (72291)

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