The Priority Services Register
The Priority Services Register is a list of our customers who need a bit of extra help.
Having that list means we can make sure you can access our services and support whenever and however you need it.
It also helps us prioritise care and assistance during supply interruptions.
Eligibility for Priority Services
Priority Services are available to everyone, for free.
The help you get can be permanent or temporary.
You could get personalised help and support if any of the following applies to you or anyone you live with:
Get Priority Services for you and the people you live with
You should register for Priority Services if you think it could help you or anyone else that lives in your home.
Register somebody else for Priority Services
You can also register other people for Priority Services.
If a friend or family member you don’t live with would benefit from Priority Services, you can add them to Priority Services Register as well.
If possible, make sure you talk to them about the service and their needs before you do this.
Get Priority Services from your electric and gas companies
All other utilities providers have Priority Service Registers too.
If you get Priority Services from us, make sure you get on the Priority Services Register for your gas and electricity providers too.
You can find your gas or electricity supplier on the Ofgem website. Ofgem are the gas and electricity industry regulators.
More information about conditions we can support
Mental health conditions
We can provide help and support for a range of mental health conditions including, but not limited to:
- bi-polar disorder
- obsessive compulsive disorder
- post-traumatic stress disorder
- substance abuse
Chronic or serious physical illnesses
Chronic or serious physical illnesses eligible for support with Priority Services include:
- brain damage
- brittle bones
- cancer and leukemia
- cerebral palsy
- chronic fatigue syndrome
- Crohn’s, colitis and irritable bowel syndrome
- cystic fibrosis
- motor neurone disease
- multiple sclerosis
- organ failure
We can help with many different developmental conditions, including but not limited to:
- Asperger’s syndrome
- learning disabilities