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Resources to help your HUG 2 application

A wide range of key information and expert advice is provided via a comprehensive series of on-demand masterclasses and insightful online events. We’re adding new content all the time, so please check back regularly for the latest updates.

Appartments Masterclasses
Outline Application and Lessons learned from Round 1 | HUG 2 Masterclass

In this Outline Application Briefing, Andrew Tod, Principal Consultant from Turner & Townsend will explore with Local Authorities how to overcome some of the commonly identified issues experienced in the first Outline Application assessment deadline.

Alternative Approaches to HUG 2 | HUG 2 Masterclass

This Masterclass will explain to Local Authorities the different approaches which can be taken to succeed in the HUG 2 Support Manager Scheme. Here, the variation of methods available will be explained in depth to provide Local Authorities with multiple routes to decarbonising the private housing within their area.

BEIS HUG 2: Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) Webinar 2

Part 2 in a series on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

BEIS HUG 2: Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) Webinar 1

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will be offered to successful applicants for signature and BEIS will award total funding for the project in principle.

Delivery Assurance Check Readiness | HUG 2 Masterclass

This Masterclass will provide an insight into the requirements of the Delivery Assurance Check that Local Authorities will need to complete. This includes project set-up, delivery estimates, and pipeline creation, together with ensuring effective resident engagement has taken place.

Enhanced and Effective Landlord Engagement | HUG 2 Masterclass

Small private sector landlords can benefit from Home Upgrade Grant funding. Strong engagement with private landlords will be essential to draw their attention to seize this opportunity. In this masterclass we will help local authorities discover the most appropriate ways to reach and engage with landlords and encourage them to participate.

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