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Bracknell Forest Council

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… and Councillor Harrison. Measures linked to monitoring progress Recorded number of incidences. Quarter 3 update - October to December 2021 Successfully ran a schools' competition to design an anti-idling sticker for residents to place in their rear windscreens. Winning design to be chosen and made available in quarter 4. Will be commissioning a behaviour change specialist in Spring 2022 to design…

… anti-idling posters for use in areas where enforcement action can be undertaken. Quarter 4 update - January to March 2022 The Anti-Idling Bumper Sticker competition was successful. Stickers are now being produced. The Public Protection Partnership has commissioned a behaviour change specialist who will be making promotional material to target taxis drivers. Quarter 1 update - April to June…

2022 AECOM, the company providing the monitoring services, have successfully completed 7 of the first 42 reports investigating particular matter concentrations around schools. So far, the reports have identified low PM2.5 concentrations at school, falling below the AQOs and the guidance provided by WHO.  A Baseline Research Report is being developed to understand the presence, causes, views…

…. Quarter 2 update - July to September 2022 AECOM have successfully completed 7 of the first 42 reports investigating particulate matter concentrations at those schools closest to the 7 AQMAs throughout the PPP area (14 from each borough). The remaining 35 reports will be completed throughout the remainder of the grant funding period to March 2023. The reports received so far have all identified low…

…, social media messaging and bumper stickers. Final designs for this package of measures are expected to be received in July ready for implementation as soon as possible. Quarter 3 update - October to December 2022 PPP conducted sessions to train officers with an approach towards vehicle engine idling. Officers are now equipped with leaflets and a proper process for approaching idling drivers…

Woking Borough Council

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… Climate Emergency Action Plan: Progress Update 9 – March to June 2022 Climate Emergency Action Plan: Progress Update 9 – March to June 2022 This document summarises progress against the priority actions within the Climate Emergency Action Plan (CEAP) since March 2022, as reported to the Climate Change Working Group (CCWG…

…) in June 2022. View background information about the CEAP. New this quarter This section provides an overview of new activities recorded this quarter (March 2022 to June 2022). Further details are included in the table that follows on page 4. • Data collection for the Council’s Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions report for 2021/2022 has begun. • Officers in Green Infrastructure have commissioned…

… on a procurement exercise to tender for a Sustainable Warmth contract for the county to deliver £12.2 million funding for household energy efficiency improvements. • On 26 May 2022, the government announced a new £15 billion package of measures to support households with rising energy bills and the cost of living. • The government has announced a further phase of the Public Sector Decarbonisation…

… Scheme (PSDS) opening for applications from September 2022. Delivery of improvements to Midas House and Export House, funded with £3 million PSDS funding received in phase 1, is in progress. • In May 2022, officers in WBC’s Building Services team attended a two day Solar PV training course hosted by SCC. • The Solar Together group-buying solar PV project has seen 105 approved installations…

…. • Homelink is due to replace two of its Meals on Wheels delivery vehicles later in the year and is considering options for electric vehicles. • A new mileage claim rate of 20p per business mile undertaken by bicycle will become available to WBC staff from 1 July 2022. • Through the Surrey EV Forum, officers are exploring the possibility of a fully funded concession framework for EV chargepoint…

Leicester City Council

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… Climate Emergency Action Plan April 2020 - March 2023 Leicester City Council’s Climate Emergency Action Plan: April 2020 – March 2023 Version 3, published October 2022 This plan presents actions to be undertaken by the council to implement its Climate Emergency Strategy 2020-23, in response to the Climate Emergency it declared…

…: Email: sustainability@leicester.gov.uk mailto:sustainability@leicester.gov.uk Leicester City Council’s Climate Emergency Action: Plan April 2020 – March 2023 Version 3, updated May 2022 Page 2 of 45 1. Actions supporting all the themes No. Action Outcomes Expected Timescale Responsibility Progress and Achievements 1.01 Carbon neutral roadmap for the city Develop…

… climate emergency response. Phase 2: 50 additional leaders or managers trained. Phase 1: 2020/21 - 2021/22 Phase 2: 2022/23 Sustainability 2020/21: Training organised for first 50 people. Completion expected by November 2021. 2021/22: Phase 1 completed and phase 2 well underway. On course to complete in 2022/23. 1.03 Climate Emergency Board Establish a Climate Emergency Board…

… decisions. 2022/23 Sustainability 2020/21: Approach being developed, now looking to incorporate UN Sustainable Development Goals. 2021/22: ‘Gap analysis’ exercise identified we are contributing to the Leicester City Council’s Climate Emergency Action: Plan April 2020 – March 2023 Version 3, updated May 2022 Page 3 of 45 No. Action Outcomes Expected Timescale Responsibility Progress…

… for these changes through the most appropriate channels and encourage partner organisations to do the same. Influence on Government policy, actions and funding decisions to enable faster progress in Leicester. 2020/21 - 2022/23 Sustainability, working with the Strategy, Quality and Performance Service in Social Care and Education, and supported by other services. 2020/21: Workshops held…

Cambridge City Council

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… Strategy, with input from asset managers in other services Officers throughout the council. Climate Change Fund. 2021/22 Projects completed - March 2022 2022-26 projects identified, funding identified / applied for and measures installed/ implemented - March 2026 - Ongoing to March 2026 Net zero carbon emissions by 2030 for our corporate…

… information in preparation for future funding rounds - PSDS Funding Round 3 to Open Sept - Dec 2022 Apply for PSDS round if appropriate project. Date TBC (Dec 2022?) Apply for PSDS or other funding round if appropriate March 2023/25 Ongoing to March 2026 Reduce emissions in the Council’s corporate buildings. 1.3 Review the Council’s Office Accommodation…

… Transformation programme, actions and outcomes and resource requirements - Oct 2021 Business case and resources approved and in place - April 2022 Report to Committee with recommendati ons – October 2022 March 2023 TBC Action Service Resources Milestone 1 Milestone 2 Milestone 3 Completion date Target 1.4 Purchase Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEV) when…

… replacing vans and trucks in the Council’s fleet (where there is a suitable ULEV alternative and the infrastructure allows) Commercial Services General fund BSR Project reliant on EV charging infrastructure 2022/23 Vehicle specifications agreed with end user April 2023 and ongoing Delivery of vehicles to spec September 2023 and ongoing Annually…

… to 2030 4.39 ktCO2 1.5 Purchase ultra-low emission vehicles (electric or hydrogen) when replacing refuse lorries Greater Cambridge Shared Waste Service Mainstream budget June 2022 vehicle 2 and September 2022 vehicle 3 commissioned March 2025 vehicle 4 commissioned March 29 vehicle 5,6,7 commissioned Annually 2029 6 vehicles commissioned…

Medway Council

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… Cabinet - 8 June 2021 DRAFT COPY FOR DMT – 18 February 2021 Climate Change Action Plan 2022 Climate Change Action Plan Refresh 2022 We have committed to reviewing Medway’s Climate Change Action Plan, considering input from our partners and the wider community. The actions in the following table have been updated to reflect progress that has…

… the current position. Against each action we have identified the availability of existing resources. As with the 2021 version of the action plan, our timescales for delivery match the ambition of the Kent and Medway Energy and Low Emissions Strategy (KMELES). Timescales: Do It Now – Within the next year Short – 2023 Medium – 2027 Long – Post 2030 Funding: In 2022/23 budget Officer time only…

… – In 2022/23 budget (Do It Now actions only) Officer time only – to be funded through core/existing budget (Short, Medium, Long-term actions only) Fully funded/Core budget or successful award of grant funding Partially funded/Grant funding to be secured Funding to be secured (including by partners/in partnership) Funding requirements to be scoped/opportunities explored Staffing: Delivered through…

… Officer time only – In 2022/23 budget Delivered through existing staff  1.2. Support officers to use carbon emission calculations from Council estate and operations to assist with the development of an energy monitoring and targeting programme Climate Response Officer Council Do It Now Officer time only – In 2022/23 budget Delivered through existing staff 1.3 (New) Formulate…

… and produce a system for assessing the carbon/financial impact of all measures within the Action Plan to assist with prioritisation Climate Response and Environmental Protection Manager Council Do It Now Officer time only – In 2022/23 budget Delivered through existing staff 1.4 Centralise council vehicle mileage data collection Head of Business Change, Carbon Reporting Working Group…

London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham

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… for residents interested in retrofitting their home Priorities for 2022-23: analysing the borough's energy requirements and opportunities for generating low-carbon heat and energy developing a retrofit strategy for council housing developing a retrofit strategy for the council's corporate buildings housing retrofit pilot projects including two office sites and council homes at the West Kensington…

… fleet to electric vehicles Priorities for 2022-23: continuing to expand our network of electric vehicle charging points, with plans to reach 2000 charging points by April 2022 Things we use What we’re doing now: considering carbon emissions in products and services the council buys we've introduced recycling services for clothes and electrical goods…

… and increased recycling rates on estates tackling food waste and educating residents on sustainable food at the Nourish Hub piloting a food waste collection service promoting initiatives like Ready Tech Go to reuse our old computers Priorities for 2022-23: support residents to borrow before they buy new by setting up a 'Library of Things' at Kings Mall working with London-wide partners to reduce…

… residents with nature and their local green spaces, such as through 'No Mow May', Tiny Forests and inviting residents to grow plants in tree bases Priorities for 2022-23: outdoor education, such as setting up as Ecology Centre planting two new Tiny Forests on Eel Brook Common and Normand Park Adapting to climate change What we’re doing now: risk mapping…

… to understand what areas of the borough are vulnerable to the impacts of climate change installing sustainable urban drainage systems in areas at risk of surface water flooding, such as on Queen Caroline estate and White City estate Priorities for 2022-23: risk management plans for overheating of buildings (also called 'the urban heat island' effect) risk management plans for water scarcity…

South Derbyshire District Council

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… Ref: STEMS-07-ST2-F1 Rev: 03 July 2022 South Derbyshire District Council Climate and Environment Action Plan 2021-30 Document Ref: STEMS-07-ST2-F1 Rev:03 Date: July 2022 Page | 2 | South Derbyshire Our Environment, Our People, Our Future Executive Summary…

… plans ensuring the Council is prepared for when Government funding opportunities become available. https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/?menu=1300 Document Ref: STEMS-07-ST2-F1 Rev:03 Date: July 2022 Page | 3 | South Derbyshire Our Environment, Our People, Our Future Table of Contents. South Derbyshire District Council…

… Actions by Council Service. 4. Council Carbon Reduction Roadmap Calculator. https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/?menu=1300 Document Ref: STEMS-07-ST2-F1 Rev:03 Date: July 2022 Page | 4 | South Derbyshire Our Environment, Our People, Our Future 1. Introduction. This Climate and Environmental Action Plan outlines South Derbyshire District…

…. The collation, calculations and reporting of the Council’s carbon emissions are governed by our ISO14001accreditation and are inline with the Environmental Reporting Guidelines from DEFRA. https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/?menu=1300 Document Ref: STEMS-07-ST2-F1 Rev:03 Date: July 2022 Page | 5 | South Derbyshire Our Environment, Our People, Our Future This plan…

…, there is planned actions to include these in https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/?menu=1300 Document Ref: STEMS-07-ST2-F1 Rev:03 Date: July 2022 Page | 6 | South Derbyshire Our Environment, Our People, Our Future the 2022/23 Annual Carbon Reduction Report and detail the action being taken by the Council to reduce these. The two highest carbon emission sectors…

Woking Borough Council

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… Climate Emergency Action Plan - November Update 1 Climate Emergency Action Plan: Progress Update 11 – September to November 2022 This document summarises progress against the priority actions within the Climate Emergency Action Plan (CEAP) since September 2022, as reported to the Greener Woking Working Group…

… in November 2022. View background information about the CEAP. This section provides an overview of new activities recorded this quarter (September to November 2022). Further details are included in the table that follows on page 4. • In summer 2022, officers in Green Infrastructure commissioned Anthesis to undertake an independent carbon footprint assessment of the Council’s corporate emissions…

… known as LAD3 and HUG). • Action Surrey launched the Sustainable Warmth grant funding scheme on 3 October 2022. People living in hard to heat homes and on lower incomes, could receive grants between £10,000 and £25,000 to improve insulation and install renewable technology. • Woking Borough Council held a Cost of Living Summit on 27 September 2022 bringing together officers from across…

… the Council and external agencies to discuss support for residents across a range of themes including energy and eco-solutions. A cost of living focused edition of the Woking Magazine published at the end of October 2022 also features a Planet Woking article entitled ‘Good for the Planet, Good for the pocket’ sharing tips on sustainable living that can also save money. View the online edition…

…. • Surrey County Council is working to set up a network of ‘warm hubs’ across the county: free, safe, and friendly environments where residents can come to keep warm, meet with other people, and receive advice on cutting their energy use. Warm hubs across Surrey will be operating from November 2022 to March 2023. For more information and to view the location of more hubs as they are announced, visit…

London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham

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… savings H1.6 For the council’s own housebuilding, by 2022 investigate and begin to apply net zero design standards for operational emissions in new homes, including Passivhaus methodology and standards for energy efficiency, and fossil-free heating systems. Any residual operational emissions will be measured and balanced through investment in renewable energy, in accordance with the London Plan…

…. From 2022/23, develop and implement a staged approach to measuring and reducing embodied emissions from new buildings. This will consider guidance from: - UK GBC net zero carbon building framework and feasibilities - LETI Design Guides - RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge - Net zero government design guide - RICs Whole Life Cycle Assessment - Passivhaus methodology and standards 2022 Fuel…

… poverty; Green economy H1.7 For Council’s own new housebuilding develop knowledge, the impact and expertise of zero carbon standard homes through pioneering pilot projects. For example: - UK GBC net-zero, - various Passivhaus standards - BREEAM (for commercial premises) - Home Quality Mark etc. (2 projects up to full planning/pre-contract) 2022-23 Fuel poverty; Green economy H1.8…

… and enable energy efficiency grant schemes to residents. Ongoing Fuel poverty H2.3 Develop page on climate portal that provides comprehensive information on whole house retrofit, including available grant funding 2022 Green economy H2.4 Explore Council levers that can be used to encourage owner occupiers and landlords to upgrade their homes 2022 Fuel poverty Green economy H2.5 Explore…

… in biodiversity. Actions Ref. Action By when Wider benefits P1.1 Explore increasing the carbon offset cost from £95/tonne of carbon set by the new draft London Plan to incentivise on-site compliance. 2023 P1.2 Establish a programme for delivery of projects using the carbon offset fund with details of carbon reduction levels to be achieved 2022-23 P1.3 Lobby the government to introduce…

Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

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… of Regeneration & Economic Recovery 2022 March 2025 1.2 Explore options to invest in a low carbon local district heating network supplyingeffluent sourced waste water heat from the Hogsmill water treatment plant. Assistant Director of Regeneration & Economic Recovery 2022 March 2025 1.3 Develop an energy strategy and masterplan for the borough focusing onincreasing renewable and low carbon energy…

… Corporate Heads Property / Strategy and Engagement 2022 Sept 2023 Ensuring sustainable development 1.4 Ensure new homes delivered meeting the London plan threshold are net zerocarbon. New homes and housing lead April 2024 2030 1.5 Exceed where practical London plan requirements to ensure sustainable and energy efficient development, rather than using carbon offsetting as the primary policy lever…

…. Head of Development Management April 2022 2030 1.6 All developments funded through the 2021-26 Affordable Homes Programme must consider how they will reduce the potential for internal overheating so that they are future proofed against expected changes in weather conditions. New homes and housing lead April 2022 March 2026 Page 17 | 44 1.7 No new council-led housing schemes will be designed…

… with gas boilers. New homes andhousing lead 2022 2030 1.8 Explore the opportunity to promote the use of the Future Homes Standard or equivalent best practice to achieve high quality new homes in the borough and develop recommendations Head of Development Management 2022 March 2023 1.9 Following construction of new homes and buildings, complete “post-occupancymonitoring” to ensure that developers…

… maintain the required standards. Head of Development Management 2023 March 2024 1.10 Through the planning application process, ensure developments meet national construction carbon reduction targets, with the aim to ensure carbon emissions and wider air and environmental impacts from construction are minimised, reporting annually on compliance. Head of Development Management 2022 2030 1.11 Ensure…

London Borough of Sutton

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… Environment Strategy Progress Report - Quarter 3 2022/23 Environment Strategy Progress Report - Quarter 3 2022/23 1. Introduction 1 2. Cleaner Air 3 Sustainable Transport 3 Cycling 4 3. A Greener Borough 4 Parks and open spaces 4 Biodiversity 4 4. Achieving Net Zero Carbon 5 Energy use in the council estate 5 Pathway to net zero 6 Housing - council new…

… Environment and Sustainable Transport Committee. The latest report was presented to the December 2022 Environment and Sustainable Transport meeting. 1.2. This document provides a summary of progress during the period October - December 2022 (quarter 3 2022/23). Previous reports are available on the Council’s website. 1.3. Key highlights during quarter 3 include: ● Phase 2 of the Government’s levelling up…

… fund was announced in the 2022 Spring Statement. The council was successful with its application to the fund for improvements between Sutton and Belmont train line to improve the frequency of services which will support staff and visitors to the London Cancer Hub and has been awarded £14 million. ● Delivery for the Green Spaces Design Project has started with Groundwork London with work beginning…

…, timescale and resources. ● A restoration appraisal has been compiled for the development of habitat at Beddington Farmlands. Whilst the document is still being refined it has proven sufficient to highlight the significant failings with restoration. The Housing Economy and Business committee noted in December 2022 that it was considering all https://moderngov.sutton.gov.uk…

… vehicle charging points has been delayed due to issues related to the Traffic Management Order process. However, it is expected that five Source London charging points will be installed by the end of 2022/23. ● Due to the infrastructure required, it is likely that around 60% of council fleet vehicles will be electric in the next fleet contract. This is lower than the anticipated 100%. The contract…

Uttlesford District Council

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… ............................................................................................................ 8 Mapping for nature recovery ......................................................................................................... 9 Part 2 - Climate change actions ...................................................................................................... 11 Action 01 | March 2022 | Transport emissions | Uttlesford’s own vehicles ....................................... 11…

… Action 03 | March 2022 | Governance | Climate change project management .................................. 11 Action 04 | March 2022 | Industry and commerce | District-wide decarbonisation ............................ 12 Action 05 | March 2022 | Transport emissions | Active travel ......................................................... 12 Action 06 | March 2022 | Transport emissions | EV…

… charging .......................................................... 12 Action 07 | March 2022 | Transport emissions | Pollution awareness .............................................. 13 Action 08 | March 2022 | Governance | Procurement .................................................................... 13 Action 09 | March 2022 | Governance | UDC energy use…

… ................................................................ 13 Action 10 | March 2022 | Governance | District and parish resilience plans ...................................... 14 Action 11 | March 2022 | LULUCF | Biodiversity mapping ............................................................... 14 Action 12 | March 2022 | Waste and recycling .............................................................................. 15 Action 13 | December…

2022 | Transport emissions | Uttlesford’s business travel .............................. 15 Action 14 | December 2022 | Transport emissions | Active travel ................................................... 16 Action 15 | December 2022 | Transport emissions | Active travel ................................................... 17 Action 16 | December 2022 | Transport emissions | EVs…

Borough of Broxbourne

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… the carbon footprint of Council buildings Task Responsibility Target Resourcing Programme update – Summer 2022 Programme update – Spring 2023 RAG Status 1.1 Undertake Carbon Emissions assessment to develop baseline figures for Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions. Sustainability Officer Initial assessment by 31 October 2021 £25k budget agreed. The carbon baseline tender…

… was awarded to GEP Environmental Ltd in April 2022. Consumption data of the Council’s assets relating to Scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as business travel were collated and modelled to provide a baseline emissions figure, enabling options to be developed on how the Council The Carbon Emissions baseline was calculated with the Council producing 2,092.28 tonnes of CO2 in 2019/20…

… submitted in July 2022. Green Wall is part of the successful LUF bid. Options for best location to be reviewed. 1.9 Deliver programme of climate change training for staff. Community Development Manager Sustainability Officer Personnel Climate change e- learning package to be rolled out by Spring 2023 Existing New objective. E-learning package being reviewed ahead of roll…

… in October 2022. Several articles shared in November / December. Will be ongoing throughout the year. 6 Objective 2: Reduce the use of petrol and diesel by the Council and minimise emissions Task Responsibility Target Resourcing Programme update – Summer 2022 Programme update – Spring 2023 RAG Status 2.1 Develop and implement a staff travel plan…

… of Council fleet journeys, including pool cars, made in electric or hydrogen powered vehicles. Treasury Insurance Risk Manager Director of Environmental Services a) Financially viable timetable for replacement of vehicles in place by January 2022 b) Annual reduction in use of fossil fuels by Council fleet c) Electric charging points or hydrogen fuelling points installed…

Stratford-on-Avon District Council

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… net zero by 2030. Theme Carbon Savings Commitment Cost 2022/23 [£]= low; [££] = medium; [£££] = high Cost 2023/24 and 2024/25 [£]= low; [££] = medium; [£££] = high 1 D e ca rb o n is in g C o u n ci l B u il d in gs 3251.14 tCO2e per year 1.1 We will develop and manage the delivery of a fully costed Heat Deacarbonisation Plan (HDP) comprising…

… a programme of works for decarbonising all Council Buildings [£] [£] 1.2 Deliver the HDP by establishing a Building Decarbonisation Fund for three years (2022/23; 2023/24; 2024/25) [£££] [£££] 1.3 Where the measures implemented in year 1 result in revenue savings as a result of reduced energy costs, these savings will be used to supplement the delivery of the Building…

… will enable staff to switch personal vehicles that are used on Council business to electric vehicles by • Incentivising the lease and or purchase of electric vehicles; • by March 2022, carrying out a building by building EV charging infrastructure needs assessment including number of chargers required; power supply assessment and upgrades etc • Ensuring sufficient EV charging infrastructure…

…- ility Estimated Cost Funding Source Comments and Progress Update 1 D e ca rb o n is in g C o u n ci l B u ild in gs 3 25 1 .1 4 t C O 2 e b y 2 0 2 5 1.1 By February 2022, we will develop a fully costed Heat Decarbonisation Plan (HDP) comprising a programme of works for decarbonising all Council Buildings Appoint a qualified surveyor…

… or consultant to prepare a Heat Decarbonisation Plan 01/10/202 1 31/10/202 1 Assets/PDCC £45,000pa Existing Salary budget and CAF Complete Heat Decarbonisation Plan 31/10/202 1 15/01/202 2 Assets/PDCC Nil 1.2 Deliver the HDP by establishing a Building Decarbonisation Fund for three years (2022/23; 2023/24; 2024/25) Apply for PSDF Phase 3 and any future…

Crawley Borough Council

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… Draft Climate Emergency Action Plan SHORT TERM = over financial years 2021/22 and 2022/23 MEDIUM TERM – from 2023/24 to 2026/27 – subject to agreement of the detail and a funding plan LONG TERM – 2027-2030 - subject to agreement of the detail and a funding plan Overarching Enabling Actions – through 2022/23 Action…

… demand and which serve our residents are not adversely affected. Develop plan in 2022/23 for 2023/24 budget Action Owner/Finance/Climate Emergency Board Staff time Staff Climate Literacy Develop & implement staff engagement & training programme focussing on skills enabling staff to incorporate carbon reduction actions into their work and service delivery. Offer…

… training to members. Start rollout for 2022/23 and then ongoing Sustainability/HR MEDIUM • Additional staff resource (either inhouse or external): to develop & deliver training as essential skill to relevant staff • Initial investment of £5K from training budget Communications & Influencing Develop a Carbon Emergency communications and engagement plan. To engage…

… Impact Deliverability Resource Requirements 2022/23 Commence development of an estate wide carbon reduction plan Start carrying out energy audits across all council owned buildings, starting with those identified to have highest energy consumption (K2 & the Hawth). Nigel Sheehan SHORT HIGH K2 & the Hawth = 2,289 tCO2e = 7% of total emissions…

… carbon or cost is prohibitive – and regeneration may be more appropriate HIGH • May need additional staff to manage project • Resource requirements will be identified from audits • Assess additional resource requirement to decide when commitment can be made Low carbon heat and cooling Action Action Owner When? Potential Impact Deliverability Resource Requirements 2022

East Staffordshire Borough Council

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… Consideration of additional electricity meters Council 2022 Facilities Management Reduce our Energy Consumption and Emissions 3.1 To audit the amount of single use plastic currently used in all assets and implement a plan to remove all single use plastic and replace with reusable options where possible. 80% reduction in single use plastics Council 2021 All departments 3.2 Audit all parks…

… and open spaces and develop an action plan to increase sustainability including the replacement of all lighting with LEDs and increased provision of recycling bins etc. All council lighting to be replaced by LED’s Action Plan completed Council & Partners 2022 2022 Open Spaces 3.3 Work with all contractors to promote the reduction of carbon emissions Information…

… on climate change reduction measures provided to all contractors Environmental Management Policies obtained for all contractors Carbon emissions data collected for all contractors Council & Contractors 2021 2021-2022 2022 All Departments All Departments All Departments 3.4 Investigate energy generation options across the Council estate and work…

… recycling provision e.g. increase in the number of bins. Council 2022 Facilities Management 3.6 Develop and deliver an improvement plan for all Council buildings to reduce energy consumption. Improvement plan developed Improvement plan successfully implemented Council From 2022 following the completion of the baseline carbon audit Facilities Management 3.7 Consolidate…

… by electric or renewable fuel sources Baseline audit completed All council vehicles replaced with electric vehicles Council & Partners 2022 2025+ years Waste Management, Facilities and CCEO’s 4.2 Measure and review carbon emissions to establish a baseline for the waste collection processes and develop an options appraisal to replace all waste collection vehicles with low…

Borough of Broxbourne

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… 1 BROXBOURNE BOROUGH COUNCIL SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY AND ACTION PLAN 2021 – 2025 Action Tracker – December 2022 2 Successful delivery is unachievable or has not yet started Delivery is in doubt or not on schedule Some issues but delivery is probable Delivery is on track Delivery is complete…

… the carbon footprint of Council buildings Task Responsibility Target Resourcing Programme update – Summer 2022 Programme update – Spring 2023 RAG Status 1.1 Undertake Carbon Emissions assessment to develop baseline figures for Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions. Sustainability Officer Initial assessment by 31 October 2021 £25k budget agreed. The carbon baseline tender…

… was awarded to GEP Environmental Ltd in April 2022. Consumption data of the Council’s assets relating to Scope 1 and 2 emissions, as well as business travel were collated and modelled to provide a baseline emissions figure, enabling options to be developed on how the Council 3 can reach net zero carbon emissions. An action plan is being finalised…

… Wall is part of the LUF bid submitted in July 2022. 1.9 Deliver programme of climate change training for staff Community Development Manager Sustainability Officer Personnel Climate change e- learning package to be rolled out by Spring 2023 Existing New objective 1.10 Reduce energy usage and waste at Council offices Sustainability Officer Communications Manager…

… Ongoing articles in Staff News in 2023 on how officers can take practical steps to reduce energy consumption and waste Existing New objective based on report that went to Panel in October 2022 6 Objective 2: Reduce the use of petrol and diesel by the Council and minimise emissions Task Responsibility Target Resourcing Programme update – Summer 2022

New Forest District Council

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… CABINET: 7 MAY 2008 CABINET – 16 FEBRUARY 2022 PORTFOLIO: LEADER REPORT ON PROPOSED CLIMATE AND NATURE EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN AND THE ROLE THE COUNCIL WILL PLAY GOING FORWARD 1. RECOMMENDATIONS 1.1 That the Cabinet:- (a) endorse the Strategic Actions set out in the Action Plan 2022-23; (b) endorse the approach set…

… to the February 2022 Cabinet meeting on the proposed action plan to deal with the Emergency, and the role the Council will play in reducing Carbon emissions. 2.2 The purpose of this report is therefore to consider and endorse the Action Plan 2022- 2023 which includes operational actions which are already happening and strategic actions which will take place over the coming months to inform a Climate…

…-to-2019 http://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/uk-local-authority-and-regional-carbon-dioxide-emissions-national-statistics-2005-to-2019 4 ACTION PLAN 2022/2023 4.1 The October 2021 Cabinet report included a long list of activities that were already on going to address the Climate Change and Nature Emergency. Accordingly, the Action Plan has been created in 2…

… sections:  Strategic Actions that include actions required to inform the Strategy and Action Plan for the next 5 years.  Current and planned actions that are currently underway which create the Operational Action Plan for 2022-2023. 4.2 Strategic Actions 4.2 The Strategic Action Plan at Appendix A sets out the 6 Strategic Actions that will take place within the organisation…

… in the first year of the Action Plan (2022-23) and mark the beginning of longer term projects and programmes. A summary of the actions and outcomes is given below, more detail of the active within each action is given in the Plan at Appendix A.  Strategic Action 1: Define to set targets for the climate change emergency declaration. Outcome: Fully defined, evidence-based targets with a pathway…

Eastbourne Borough Council

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… baseline information to enable retrofit and long term planning Internal Short Term 2020-2022 Can be delivered using existing resources 1.2 Complete the Asset Management Strategy The strategy will enable a long term plan to be developed to reduce energy consumption increase generation on our assets Internal Short Term 2020-2022 Strategy can be delivered using existing resources- projects…

…-2022 Medium Term 2023-2026 £500k allocated from HRA 1.4 Deliver poject plan to decarbonise social housing post DOHS project All social housing is as energy efficient as it can be and carbon emissions are reduced as far as practicably possible Internal Medium Term 2023-2026 Long Term 2027-2030 Delivery costs to be determined once plan is prepared Enabling Actions- these actions…

… by the council will enable others to reduce emissions 1.5 Develop an ongoing programme of awareness raising and promotion of energy efficiency initiatives, especially in fuel poor and hard to reach communities Educate and raise awareness, thos most vulnurable benefit from energy efficiency advice and measures Partnership Short Term 2020-2022 Medium Term 2023-2026 Long Term 2027-2030 Can…

… be delivered using existing resources 1.6 Promote the Warmer Sussex retrofit scheme and the Solar Together solar panel purchasing project Private sector homeowners have easier access to retrofitting advice and suppliers Partnership Short Term 2020-2022 Can be delivered using existing resources 1.7 Support and facilitate the Warm Homes East Sussex scheme Fuel poverty on the borough reduces…

… Partnership Short Term 2020-2022 Medium Term 2023-2026 Long Term 2027-2030 Can be delivered using existing resources 1.8 Take forward the DOHS project with other stock holding authorities We can get better value for money by collaborating with other authorities Partnership Short Term 2020-2022 Medium Term 2023-2026 Can be delivered using existing resources 1.9 Work in collaboration…

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