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Housing associations and other organisation who visit particularly vulnerable groups at home will also be encouraged to provide energy advice. The idea of community energy advisors will also be explored in conjunction with existing community networks. The Local Energy Advice Centres’ existing freephone Advice Line will be used extensively as the key information and advice point. The Housing Executive will, in partnership with appropriate organisations be responsible for the promotion of energy efficiency.

The Housing Executive will raise awareness through advertising campaigns, annual Warm Shows and Energy Awareness Weeks. However, in order to stimulate action, promotion of specific energy saving measures together with financial incentives will be necessary. Clear and ambiguous messages with a common energy conservation brand will be integrated into various sources of information. Current sources of information will be assessed with a view to producing leaflets specifically for the Northern Ireland market. Consideration will also be given to the visually impaired, people with disabilities, the elderly and those who have a difficulty understanding material produced in English. Information will be disseminated through a wide range of outlets including Housing Executive offices, fuel suppliers and existing and new advice sources. E Settlement Agents Perth help people for doing the various processes that are related with their property.

The Housing Executive recognises the importance of educating children in energy efficiency and seeks to work in partnership with other agencies already active in the field. At the LGH Committee meeting on 10 July 2002, the Minister updated the Committee on progress made in promoting Rethinking Construction in Wales. The Minister said she would bring a paper “on the implementation of Rethinking Construction, drawing together the various strands across all the Welsh Assembly Government portfolios.

The Committee has previously endorsed the view that implementation of Rethinking Construction in public sector construction procurement will assist in achieving the Assembly’s objective of improving the quality and cost effectiveness of its investment and assist in the delivery of ‘best value’, sustainable construction projects. It is Government policy for all sponsoring Departments and associated Non Departmental Public Bodies to fully implement the principles of Rethinking Construction by 2003-04.

The DTI has confirmed that funding for the Rethinking Construction programme will continue until March 2004. Best Practice Guidance is published by the Office of Government Commerce (OGC) for central government and by Rethinking Construction for public and private sectors of the construction industry; further information on current best practice guidance is given in Annex B. The Assembly is committed to promoting Rethinking Construction and implementing best practice procurement in Assembly funded construction, in accordance with its overall policy objectives and obligations under its Concordat with the OGC.8.