Maximise your ISA allowance with H&F Green Investment

Invest from £5 by 5 April to use your full allowance for the current tax year while supporting green local projects in H&F.

The investment will help fund green projects such as the recent community planting in Normand Park, Fulham

Don’t let your ISA allowance go to waste! Earn tax-free interest and support renewable energy projects with H&F Green Investment.

Hammersmith & Fulham residents can make a fixed 4.6% annual return on their low-risk investment, knowing that their money will help clean and green their local area.

Investors can also enjoy tax-free interest by contributing through an Individual Savings Account (ISA).

Invest by 5 April to use your full ISA allowance for the current tax year.

Invest in H&F Green Investment

The current phase of our green scheme is raising £1million to help retrofit local schools, libraries and community centres with solar panels, heat pumps and LED lighting.

Cllr Rowan Ree, H&F Cabinet Member for Finance and Reform, said:

Clean energy solutions can help us heat and power our community buildings more effectively, and at better value to the local taxpayer. Our green investment offers local people a real stake in these exciting improvements, and a fantastic financial return too.”

Lloyds Bank volunteers planting whips for new hedgerows in Normand Park, Fulham

Invest by 27 May

You can invest in our green future – even if you don't live or work in H&F.

More than 150 people have already backed our bid to raise our another £1million for green projects. There’s still time to join them.

Lock in a fixed 4.6% interest rate by 27 May

Every contribution counts towards our ambitious overall target of raising £5m for local climate and ecological projects in H&F.


Capital at risk. Investments are long term and may not be readily realisable. Tax treatment depends on your individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future. This content has been approved as a financial promotion by Abundance who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (525432). Approval date: 21 March 2024.

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