Bristol City Council is about to commence delivery of a massive programme of energy projects that will make a significant contribution towards its ambition to become the UK’s leading sustainable city. The city will be European Green Capital in 2015 and the Mayor of Bristol is championing the energy agenda as one of his top priorities. A key element of the Council’s forthcoming programme is the installation of energy efficiency measures in private homes and the Council has just secured £7.3m from the Department of Energy and Climate Change to kick-start this citywide programme.
The Council is now looking for a proven project manager, who ideally has the relevant technical skills and, more importantly, the ability to build and maintain relationships with a wide range of public, private and third sector partners, to deliver a £2m pilot scheme to encourage private sector landlords across the city along with South Gloucestershire and North Somerset to carry out energy efficiency works utilising a range of incentives that will be available under the pilot scheme.
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