Looking after your mental health is becoming an increasing priority in the fast-paced and stressful society we live in today. Around the world, on average, men die six years earlier than women, and for largely preventable reasons. That is why this month Salix are supporting Movember through a focus on mental health and wellbeing, looking at how prevention, early intervention and communication can support our staff both in work and as part of their personal lives.
We are pleased to announce that the Condition Improvement Fund (CIF) 2020-21 is now open for applications.
The annual bidding round run by the Department for Education (DfE) is available for Academies which do not belong to large Multi-Academy Trusts (5+ academies or 3,000+ pupils) and Sixth-Form Colleges.
We are pleased to announce that Salix will be hosting another round of College Workshops in 2019!
Throughout last years workshops we engaged with various further education colleges across England, covering a range of topics including how low carbon technologies can be used to reduce energy bills and carbon emissions and how Salix’s interest-free loans can help with the upfront costs of installations.The events provided a key opportunity for networking and knowledge sharing around sustainability and energy efficiency projects.
A local authority in North East London is on track to significantly reduce its carbon emissions after investing in a range of energy efficiency measures across the borough.
This year Salix are hosting a series of free workshops aimed at the private sector to help organisations better understand how Salix funding works, and how private sector organisations can better support their public sector clients throughout the Salix process.
The London private sector workshop will be held at Nova North on the 5th November 2019.
In 2018, Salix and the Department for Education launched a new £25m fund for maintained schools looking to install energy efficiency measures.
The aim of the fund is to support schools who are looking to lower their energy bills, reduce emissions and create a more comfortable learning and working environment for both pupils and staff.
Since the launch of the fund, £10m has been allocated to over 200* maintained schools across England.
Eleven Scottish Universities are delivering carbon reduction projects through the Scottish Funding Council’s University Carbon Reduction Fund
The University Carbon Reduction Fund (UCRF) was launched by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) in August 2017. Managed by Salix Finance, the programme aims to boost investment in energy efficiency across Scotland’s higher education institutions in order to generate a significant reduction in carbon emissions across the sector. Salix Finance provides interest-free funding to the public sector in England, Scotland and Wales, to improve energy efficiency, reduce carbon emissions and lower energy bills.
Following the success of the 2017 Private Sector Workshops, Salix are excited to announce that three workshops will be hosted throughout November 2019.
The free workshops will help the private sector better understand how Salix funding works and how they can support their public sector clients' applications to the Salix loan schemes.
Dates and locations can be found in the table below.
Salix Finance is celebrating a significant milestone after achieving £100m worth of committed funding within the NHS to enable savings of over £24m annually.
The SLCC (Society of Local Council Clerks) national conference is taking place on the 2nd and 3rd October 2019 at the Hinckley Island Hotel in Leicestershire.
Attendees will return to their council’s with an improvement plan to help make a difference and apply practical steps to combat climate change. Public speaking expert Becky Walsh will be attending the conference and a leading political commentator will be uncovering some constitutional and structural changes.