Community Renewal Fund.
To produce and maintain an evolving programme of projects and actions that together deliver a net zero future for North Northamptonshire.
We are creating an initial programme of project options for the area that will help plan a just transition to that net zero future and potentially lead to funding to deliver it.
We would like your feedback on which ideas you like and what you think you might do to change for the better. Please complete our survey here
How can existing homes and businesses use less energy? How should new housing developments or commercial buildings be built so they release less CO2e in construction and benefit from clean efficient use of energy ongoing?
Got an idea?
Here you can see a range of projects that have so far been identified as having the potentially to positively impact on the transition to net zero.
We’re looking for ways to accelerate the transition to clean and renewable energy sources and for ideas on how everyone can adopt more efficient energy systems so we use less of it.Read More
How should new housing developments or commercial buildings be built so they release less CO2 in construction and benefit from clean efficient use of energy ongoing?Read More
Frequently Asked Questions
We will work with our project partners to assess the idea’s feasibility. As we’re doing this, we may contact you to find out a bit more about your low carbon project idea and determine how it might be implemented in North Northamptonshire.
Ideas that are ranked highly based on CO2 savings potential, economic benefits for North Northamptonshire and scalability will be shared with North Northamptonshire Council. The intent is to create a portfolio of promising carbon saving project ideas that can then be used to secure government funding or private investment to make them happen.
The NN2NZ project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund. The UK Community Renewal Fund is a UK Government programme for 2021/22. This aims to support people and communities most in need across the UK to pilot programmes and new approaches to prepare for the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. It invests in skills, community and place, local business, and supporting people into employment. For more information, visit The Community Renewal Fund Website