Hammersmith & Fulham

  100 homeowners and landlords in the area can receive for free an Ecofurb Plan normally costing £540. 


Hammersmith & Fulham Council is working to improve homes and reduce carbon emissions across the borough. That’s why they have partnered with Ecofurb to offer 100 free Ecofurb Plans, to help homeowners and landlords transform their properties into low carbon homes which are cheaper to run.

An Ecofurb Plan

• lays out what will work best for your home and plans
• shows how much you can reduce carbon emissions and bills
• and gives an insight into how much works are likely to cost


  1. Complete the application form
  2. Plans will be allocated on a first come first served basis pending approval of your application


  1. We survey your home so we can recommend suitable improvements.
  2. We send you a detailed Ecofurb Plan.
  3. You can book a 30 minute follow up call to ask any questions.

The Ecofurb Plan makes it easy to see what would have the biggest impact on carbon emissions and bills. It shows the likely costs, and how the improvements would fit with any other work you’re planning.


  • If you would like to, you can work with Ecofurb on next steps including contractor referrals. You can find out more here
  • Or, you may prefer to arrange next steps yourself. If we aren’t still working with you on your project, we will contact you after around three months for your feedback.


Please complete the application below. 

To be eligible for a free Ecofurb Plan you should:

  • own a property in Hammersmith & Fulham
  • intend to install energy efficiency improvements and to self fund part or all of these works (however, accessing a free Ecofurb Plan does not commit you to carrying out works)

Plans will be allocated on a first come first served basis to eligible applicants. Please see terms and conditions for further details.

Your application for an Ecofurb Plan has been received
1. Do you own the property and is it in the borough of Hammersmith & Fulham? *
2. When was this property built? *
6. Have you received, or are you aware that you are eligible for, Local Authority Delivery Green Homes Grant (LAD) or Energy Company Obligation (ECO) funding? We ask this for statistical reasons that could help with designing future schemes.
7. What is your household annual income band? We ask this for statistical reasons that could help with designing future schemes, and so we can send information that may be relevant about other grants.
8. Are you from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background? We ask this to understand whether our communications reach people from diverse ethnic backgrounds.
9. Do you give consent for Parity Projects to hold and use the data you’ve given in questions 8 (ethnicity) and 7 (income)? You can read more about how and why this is processed, and how we share it with London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham in our privacy notice. *



1990s detached house, South Croydon
1990s detached house, South Croydon

Vaughan completed his plans to retrofit in 2021, using Ecofurb to advise on which measures to install and to help him find a heat pump and loft insulation installers. read more

Flat in mansion block, Clapham
Flat in mansion block, Clapham

When Andy and Agi did up their top floor flat they wanted to solve the draughts, damp and condensation problems. read more

Victorian house, Peckham
Victorian house, Peckham

This case study is about putting your money where your mouth is: Chris is a director of Parity Projects, and has helped to set up Ecofurb. read more


JP and Gabi had been living in their house for seven years when they got the opportunity to renovate after their wedding. read more