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The deadline for the submission of written evidence for this inquiry was 9 December 2011.
Rising energy prices are leading to greater levels of fuel poverty in the UK. Around a fifth of households in the private rented sector and a quarter of households in rural areas are fuel poor. In the private rented sector, poor quality housing is a contributing factor, while in rural areas, lack of access to mains gas means that households must rely on other heating fuels such as heating oil, bottled gas or electricity.
Comnmittee to hold second session on Fuel Poverty
Committee to hold first evidence session in new inquiry
Committee to examine the extent of fuel poverty in the private rented and off-grid sectors and options for dealing with the problem