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People across bath could have their homes improved to make them warmer during winter in a bid to tear down the million care bill Pandora Necklace for treating patients made ill by the cold.

The government's green deal initiative is designed to implement widespread eco friendly work at houses across the uk to make them less irritating, cheaper to Pandora Charms Sale Canada run and carbon cost-Effective.

Bath and north east somerset council is getting ready to back the scheme and take a leading role in encouraging people in this area to sign up for the improvements.

A report which went before the council's cabinet last night outlined how green deal would work and how song would be paid for.

The cost of so called retrofitting would be recouped through energy bills until the work has paid itself off.

The history said: "The scheme will work by enabling householders to have energy efficiency work undertaken in their homes while not having to pay any upfront costs.

"The costs are then paid back through a charge on the energy bill for the home at a rate only the savings on that energy bill gained by the energy efficiency measures.

"The pay back liability remains with the house and passes on to another occupant, who advantages of the work.Once the expense of the work has been paid off, the occupant will gain advantage from savings and be protected from energy price rises,

The scheme will start in january and is expected to be fully in business by september.

About the other hand, from february some households in parts of twerton and southdown will have the work done free of charge because they fall in the top 15 per cent of areas of multiple deprivation.

The council believes the retrofitting work could have multiple benefits for the people of bath, both by reducing fuel bills and promoting diet and weight loss.

At the moment 17 per cent of residents in b suffer from fuel poverty and the nhs locally is paying around million a year in healthcare associated with excess cold in homes.

B is getting ready to set aside to fund a community engagement programme, reminding people about green deal, and the setting up of an advice line so residents can ask doubts about the scheme.

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