You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeThe coronavirus pandemic has affected thousands of people, with finances hit hard.People have lost their jobs or had their hours cut, and as we spend more time at home our electricity and heating bills continue to rise.Lots of us are looking for ways to save as much cash as possible and there are simple ways to cut the cost of your bills.From switching supplier to applying for grants there are several things you can do to save an estimated 1,350.These tips from Ocean Finance shouldn take too long and can be all done online, meaning you be able to sort them during lockdown.Here five simple changes you could make to save yourself some cash.1. Switch your gas or electricity providerIt doesn’t matter if you rent or own your home, as long as you pay for your own gas and/or electricity, there could still be a saving to be made.It only takes a matter of minutes to do using price comparison websites like Uswitch or Compare the Market.The average household saves 300 per year by switching their gas and electricity provider.Keep up to date with local news in your area by adding your postcode below2. Apply for the Green Homes GrantIf you’re a homeowner or landlord in England, you have until 31st Match 2021 to redeem a Green Homes Grant voucher.The scheme is designed to encourage you to make energy efficient heating improvements to your home over winter, such as additional loft insulation or replacing single glazed windows with double glazing.The government are offering to foot two thirds of your bill up to 5,000 per household, or up to 10,000 per household if you’re on low income.The average household will save 600 on their energy bills, each year.Sign up for a new look Echo newsletterIt never been more important to stay in touch with the news, so subscribe now to the Liverpool Echo newsletter.
You’re not an elite, god like user. You’re a deputy. And acting like you’re better than the people you’re interacting with is just a good way to encourage them to regard you with contempt (and thereby, all other people in your position). On 20th October 2003, ‘Frank’, Winehouse’s debut studio album, was released. The album received glowing reviews and went on to become triple platinum. While ‘Frank’ named in honour of Frank Sinatra was very jazz influenced, Winehouse focused on 50s and 60s girl groups for her second album.
There have been changes to the Judge Doyle facade along Doty St that resulted in extensive discussion at Landmarks, the report is attached in legistar. The facade along Doty St adjacent to the historic Fess Hotel (Great Dane Pub) was lowered to one story due to program changes to the building. It’s up to UDC to resolve whether to support the change..