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tEC are able to supply maps to identify areas currently eligible for ECO CSCO funding. The maps can differentiate between original and new areas and can include adjoining areas. The map below is an example of a simple map produced using this data for Hampshire. It includes both the originally eligible areas (red) and those which have recently become eligible since the government's consultation on changes to ECO (yellow).

Searchable maps are available in Google Map, Shapefile and kml format for the UK. We can also provide searchable lists of the postcodes eligible for CSCO.

Ofgem have recently produced similar maps of CSCO eligible areas which can be viewed here: https://csco.locationcentre.co.uk/map-search.aspx They do not have the aerial map function that our maps have (useful for locating your precise GPS position while canvassing) or option to embed the map into your own website but are suitable for viewing eligible areas and generating reports.

tEC have also produced maps to illustrate the distribution fuel poverty throughout Hampshire. Please contact us for more information.
 
The original LSOAs are ranked within the lowest 15% of the country in terms of the 2010 Indices of Multiple Deprivation. The newly eligible LSOAs are ranked within the lowest 25% of the whole country and/or lowest 25% of rural areas according to the 2010 Indices of Multiple Deprivation. Contains National Statistics data © Crown copyright and database right 2014. Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2014. Please contact us if you would like to use the map or are interested in a map of an area outside of Hampshire. For information about the proposed changes to CSCO, see this page.