The Welsh Government offers short to medium term, interest free loans to help eligible owners improve the condition of their residential properties. These loans can only be applied for through the local council.
Who can apply?
You could be eligible for a home improvement loan if you own a property that is in poor condition, and you are looking to carry out work to make it warm, safe and/or secure.
Loans are available to:
- owner occupiers
- landlords (individuals and companies)
- developers (partnerships and companies)
- charities and the third sector
You must be intending to occupy the property, or to sell or rent it out.
What could I be entitled to?
You could get a loan of between £1,000 and £25,000 per property or unit of accommodation.
Owner occupiers must repay the loan within a maximum term of ten years. Landlords, developers, charities and third sector organisations must repay the loan within a maximum of five years.
We can also offer a free project management service, to help you with procurement and supervising the works to improve your property (subject to conditions).
All applications will be subject to:
- £500 administration fee, to cover our costs in administering the loan
- an affordability assessment, to make sure you can afford the loan repayments
Please note that these loans are discretionary. We cannot guarantee that you will be offered a loan until you receive formal notice that your application has been approved.
Find out more about home improvement loans.
How do I apply?
If you are interested in applying for a home improvement loan, please complete this expression of interest form and return it to: Built Environment Section, Denbighshire County Council, Caledfryn, Smithfield Road, Denbigh, LL16 3RJ or email@example.com.
Alternatively, you can call us on 01824 706717.