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The Home Energy Efficiency Scheme (Scotland) Regulations 2006

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(1) A grant may be made for one or more of the following types of work–

(a)to provide insulation in any accessible roof space in the dwelling, including the insulation of any cold water tank and any water supply, overflow and expansion pipes in such a space;

(b)to provide insulation between the internal and external leaves of cavity walls of the dwelling;

(c)to improve the energy efficiency of any space or water heating system installed in the dwelling; and

(d)to provide draught proofing to or in the dwelling together with additional means of ventilation for any rooms which would otherwise be inadequately ventilated after such provision.

(2) Where a grant is made for one or more of the purposes set out in paragraph (1), grant may also be made for the provision of any of the following–

(a)energy advice;

(b)energy efficient lamps; and

(c)insulation to any water heating system or part of such system installed in the dwelling.

(3) No grant shall be made unless the dwelling and the subject-matter of each category of works mentioned in the application meets such conditions as may be specified from time to time by the administering agency with the consent of the Scottish Ministers.

(4) No grant shall be made in respect of any dwelling where a grant has been made previously for the same or similar works.

(5) All works shall comply with such standards as to materials and workmanship as may be laid down from time to time by the administering agency with the consent of the Scottish Ministers.

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