Please take less than ten minutes to fill in our survey, asking about the fabric of your home and energy use, to help us paint a picture across the Innerwick area.

This information will help us write a robust feasibility report, looking at how we might work together to lower our bills and make our homes warmer and more comfortable.

We could also support East Lothian Council’s ambitious plan for district heating across the county, especially for rural areas.

The more information we have across the Innerwick area, the better our feasibility report will be (more likely to draw funding and investment). Your information helps your neighbours, and everyone across East Lothian.

We will never share your detailed information with external parties.

We will be using the information to inform our feasibility report looking at how to improve energy efficiency of our homes.

Anonymised information will be shared with East Lothian Council.

Any questions at all about the use of this information, do let me know, I’m happy to talk about it. We take your privacy and security VERY seriously.

Please take part in this important part of our project, we value your information.

We will be out and about doing a visual survey, come and talk to us about any aspect of the project if you have time!

Report from the March lunchtime event

Thanks to everyone who came along and volunteers who helped at our lunch event on 23rd March. The slides and write-up of the Q&A can be found here

What’s happening next?

Sharing what you know about your home is one way we can work TOGETHER to tackle fuel poverty and rising bills.

We have been asked to take part in an exciting project across East Lothian, working with other community groups, managed through East Lothian Council.

We want to create a picture of our energy use, using anonymised information about the fabric of our homes. We will be collecting information including the tenure, wall construction, heating type and if you know of any upgrades to the fabric already.

We will be planning with other community groups across the county, including Dunbar and Musselburgh.

You can help!

We hope you will take part in this data collection, and share basic information about your own home.

Please speak to your neighbours about Insulate Innerwick, we are a local project!

If you would like more information, please contact Sarah at