Which election candidates have signed our pledge?

The upcoming general election (due to take place on 4 July 2024) is a key opportunity for the United for Warm Homes campaign, to ensure the next government takes urgent action on securing warm homes for all and fixing our broken energy system.

That’s why we’re asking all general election candidates to commit to warm homes by signing the United for Warm Homes pledge:

“I support the United for Warm Homes campaign’s call for a new nationwide home insulation programme with funding of at least £6 billion a year. This should be delivered street-by-street, area-by-area, starting with neighbourhoods that need it most. 

In parliament, I’ll do all I can to ensure these policies are introduced, so that none of my constituents suffer from fuel poverty or a cold home.”

Below are the Birmingham Prospective Parliamentary Candidates that have signed the pledge. We will update the list as quickly as possible but you can also check the United for Warm Homes website for the latest signatories

If you’re a Prospective Parliamentary Candidate (PPC) for the general election and would like to sign the pledge, please complete the Friends of the Earth pledge form. Signatories’ names are displayed on the United for Warm Homes website and the Birmingham Candidates will also be displayed below.


  • Dr Ammar Waraich, Independent Candidate


  • Corinthia Ward, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition
  • Farzana Aslam, Liberal Democrats

Hall Green & Moseley

  • Izzy Knowles, Liberal Democrats

Hodge Hill & Solihull North

  • James Giles, Workers Party


  • Akhmed Yakoob, Independent
  • Lee Dargue, Liberal Democrats


Perry Barr

  • Kefentse Dennis, The Green Party
  • Sabah Hamed, Liberal Democrats
  • Khalid Mahmood, Labour Party

Selly Oak

  • Jane Baston, The Green Party
  • Kamel Hawwash, Independent

Sutton Coldfield


  • Jody McIntyre, Workers Party of Britain
  • Roxanne Green, The Green Party
  • Roger Harmer, Liberal Democrats