The Department of Work and Pensions has announced a £170 million COVID Winter Grant Scheme that will be made available in early December 2020 to local authorities to support those most in need across England with the cost of food, energy, heating, cooking, lighting, water bills (including sewerage) and other essentials.
Enquiries should be directed to Tower Hamlets Council.
Tower Hamlets has been allocated £1.2m as has Croydon with Newham having the highest allocation at £1.3m.
|16||Barking and Dagenham||£870,076.68|
|22||Westminster City Council||£766,382.48|
|27||Hammersmith and Fulham||£585,126.11|
|29||Kensington and Chelsea||£471,864.58|
|31||Kingston upon Thames||£343,579.32|
|32||Richmond upon Thames||£336,857.43|
|33||City of London||£20,166.03|
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