Bield has rolled out hundreds of air fryers and slow cookers to tenants across the country in a bid to help reduce energy consumption.
The cooking equipment has been gifted to 688 Bield tenants as we received £33,000 from the Social Housing Fuel Support Fund - Round Two, funded by the Scottish Government and administered by the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA).
Developments based in Argyll and Bute, Ayrshire, Dundee, East and West Lothian, Edinburgh, Fife, Glasgow, Inverclyde, North Lanarkshire, Perth and Kinross, Renfrewshire and the Scottish Borders participated in the initiative which was led by Ken Greenshields, Customer Engagement Co-ordinator at Bield.
The roll out is part of an ongoing drive to integrate energy efficient and sustainable measures across our operations and 5,000+ properties.
Mrs Dowling, a tenant at our Glen Affric Avenue development in Glasgow, said: “I have been really looking forward to getting my air fryer. It is so quick and easy to use and everything I’ve cooked so far has been delicious.”
As part of the roll out, we also created a recipe book with six different meal suggestions that can be made in an air fryer/slow cooker. The book was designed to help inspire tenants to make healthy food choices with their new equipment.
Another Bield resident, Frances Payne of the Halmyre Street development in Edinburgh, said: “I was thinking of buying an air fryer myself and was so pleased when I received the offer letter asking if I wanted one. I’ve been looking forward to getting it and trying out some new recipes.”