Reshaping health services and fuel poverty in the Outer Hebrides: Final report of the Gluasad Còmhla (Moving Together) project

Graeme Sherriff, Cormac Lawler, Philip Martin, Danielle Butler, Margaret Probin, Philip Brown

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Abstract

Gluasad Còmhla (Moving Together) started in March 2018 with support or grant from the European Social Fund Aspiring Communities Fund. The project built on the existing practice of Tighean Innse Gall (TIG) and other partners in the Outer Hebrides, to develop an innovative approach to identifying and assisting people whose health is compromised by living in a cold or hard-to-heat home. Over the course of two years, 199 households were assisted through the project.
Tighean Innse Gall is a Community Benefit Society working across the Outer Hebrides and operating principally across the housing, community group and small business sectors to support people to access homes and to help to make them comfortable and affordable, promote independent living and encourage businesses and communities to be energy-efficient.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSalford
PublisherUniversity of Salford
Commissioning body TIghean Innse Gall
Number of pages37
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2020

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    Sherriff, G., Lawler, C., Martin, P., Butler, D., Probin, M., & Brown, P. (2020). Reshaping health services and fuel poverty in the Outer Hebrides: Final report of the Gluasad Còmhla (Moving Together) project. Salford: University of Salford.