Insulate Innerwick hold community meeting

Residents of Innerwick braved the squally weather and came along to a special event to learn more and share their views about having warmer homes.

Insulate Innerwick project team held an inaugural discussion event last Wednesday in Innerwick Village Hall. The project team includes architects from Smith Scott Mullan Associates who specialise in improving existing buildings, and trustees of the Parish Welfare Association. The project is managed by Sustaining Dunbar.

Project manager and architect Sarah McLeary said “The project team were really delighted with the quality and depth of discussion. We were able to find out what people are most concerned about, and this will guide what we do next.”

Insulate Innerwick is looking for volunteers to train to use a thermal camera, which is a key tool in assessing the performance of buildings. Please contact Sarah for more details.

Insulate Innerwick is supported by Dunbar and East Linton Area Partnership, Fred Olsen Renewables, Crown Estates (Coastal Communities Fund), SSE Renewables and Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Ltd.

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