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Lochalsh and Skye

AN ENERGY advice service has welcomed a report highlighting the need for rural Scotland to be made a priority when tackling fuel poverty.

According to Lochalsh and Skye Housing Association (LSHA)’s energy advice service, fuel bills in areas such as Skye are regularly £1,000 a year higher than Scottish averages. It was therefore encouraged that the report by the Scottish Rural Fuel Poverty Task Force stressed geography should not be a barrier to households achieving affordable warmth and that remedial actions and support should be prioritised to the most vulnerable households.

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