We have created ‘heatmaps’ and detailed ‘postcode’ maps showing the areas of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority that have concentrations of homes with either “poor” or “very poor” loft insulation, or uninsulated or partially insulated cavity walls.
You can see our full report comparing the performance of each of the 6 districts within the Combined Authority area here or scroll down the page to see the maps
The “heat map”, as shown here for Cambridge roof insulation, gives a general overview of the condition of homes with an EPC in a particular street or postcode area .
The map shows red where there are lots of homes with very poor roof insulation, or uninsulated cavity walls. The orange, fading through green to blue indicates where homes merely have poor roof insulation or partially insulated cavity walls. Green and Blue indicates a lower density of homes.
Note that to preserve privacy, the heatmap does not locate individual homes, but just the location of the centre of the postcode area or street.
The postcode map, as shown here for Wisbech cavity wall insulation, shows the number and details of the homes with an EPC that indicates inadequate roof or cavity wall insulation at each postcode. Clicking on the house symbol brings up the key EPC data for the properties at a particular postcode.
The red symbol indicates very poor roof insulation, or uninsulated cavity walls. The orange symbol indicates poor roof insulation or partially insulated cavity walls. The number gives the number of those properties at that postcode location
Note that to preserve privacy, the postcode map does not locate individual homes, but just the location of the centre of the postcode area