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Worcester City Council

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… Cemetery -Sixways Depot. New action – not started Emissions from the three leisure centres accounted for 32.8% of the City Council’s total carbon footprint for 2021 – 22. Property Services/ Crematorium management November 2022 December 2024 REPEAT ACTION ESS-1 Low Carbon buildings Assess and produce a Decarbonisation Plan for all of the Council’s…

…, external temp sensors) all reviewed. MAG: Replacement LED lighting to Museum areas, upgraded lighting to office areas, LED lighting to basement areas on motion sensors. Sustainable alternative to gas yet to be identified. Heating buildings accounted for 29% of the Council’s carbon footprint for 2021 – 22. Property Services September 2022 December 2024…

… commissioned Existing panels produced more than 126,976 units of electricity between 2019 - 22, reducing the City Council’s carbon footprint by approximately 23,368 kg per year. Property Services September 2022 Spring 2023 REPEAT ACTION ESS-2 Low emission fleet Zero emission vehicle fleet options to be considered in our vehicle replacement strategy…

…. Environmental Operations October 2022 Report with recommendatio ns to Environment Committee by end March 2023 Ref. no Title Project / work package description Progress to date Impact Ownership Start date End date Electric grounds maintenance equipment purchased - including hedge- trimmers and grass strimmers. COMPLE TED ACTION ESS-3 Low emission business travel…

… • SWDP review Twice-yearly reporting to Environment Committee on progress against Sustainability Action Plan. All City Council staff will have been offered online sustainability training by the end of 2022. SWDP Review SWDPR 31: ‘Renewable and Low Carbon Energy’ sets out policy relating to requirements for the incorporation of renewable and low carbon energy into new…

Darlington Borough Council

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… SHORT TERM ACTIONS (1-3 YEARS) Actions Owner Measure of success Status 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 Funding/ Resources available Portfolio Global initiatives E18 Develop a mechanism for allocating a carbon budget to each portfolio area Sustainability & Climate Change Lead Officer Reduced consumption Minimal knowledge, needs feasibility March 2022 Yes Economy E19…

… Commitment to saving energy from building's users with support from an appointed energy champion Corporate Landlord Reduced consumption Minimal knowledge, needs feasibility March 2022 Yes Resources E20 Enable power saving settings for computers and associated equipment Corporate Landlord Reduced consumption Minimal knowledge, needs feasibility March 2022 Yes Resources…

… knowledge, needs feasibility March 2023 No Resources 7 This document was classified as: OFFICIAL Actions Owner Measure of success Status 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 Funding/ Resources available Portfolio E23 Consider introducing and improving loft insulation Corporate Landlord Reduced consumption Minimal knowledge, needs feasibility March 2023 No Resources…

… E24 Review hot water wastage Corporate Landlord Reduced consumption Minimal knowledge, needs feasibility March 2024 No Resources E25 Review temperature setpoints (1° C reduction could save 8-10% gas consumption) Corporate Landlord Reduced consumption Minimal knowledge, needs feasibility March 2022 No Resources Central House E26 Boiler renewal for more…

… efficient demand management including controls for optimisation of building occupancy. Capital released and scheme progressing Corporate Landlord Reduced consumption Underway March 2022 Yes Resources E27 Review 24/7 day time controls onto electric HWS Cylinders Corporate Landlord Reduced consumption Minimal knowledge, needs feasibility March 2023 Yes Resources E28…

Derbyshire Dales District Council

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… Derbyshire Dales District Council emissions report 2022-23 Reporting period 1st April 2022 – 31st March 2023 Glossary of terms CO2e - carbon dioxide equivalent. The standard measurement of GHG emissions in terms of the most common greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide (CO2) Net zero – also sometimes referred to as ‘carbon neutral…

…% compared to the baseline year of 2019-20. Year 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 Total CO2e emissions (t) Scope 1, 2 and some scope 3 (see below for detail…

…. The Council has used the Local Government Association Greenhouse Gas accounting tool to generate emissions data. This tool uses the 2022 conversion factors. Organisational boundary The Council has used the organisational control approach. Operational scopes Figure Two: Derbyshire Dales District Council 2022-23 ‘carbon footprint’ shown in scopes measured Scope 1…

… (direct emissions from fuel combustion) Year 2019-20 2019-20 2020-21 2020-21 2021-22 2021-22 2022-23 2022-23 Actual or estimated consumption CO2e emissions (t) Actual or estimated consumption CO2e emissions (t) Actual or estimated consumption CO2e emissions (t) Actual or estimated consumption CO2e emissions (t) Gas 820613 kWh…

… emissions – electricity generation) Year 2019-20 2019-20 2020-21 2020-21 2021-22 2021-22 2022-23 2022-23 Actual or estimated consumption CO2e emissions (t) Actual or estimated consumption CO2e emissions (t) Actual or estimated consumption CO2e emissions (t) Actual or estimated consumption CO2e emissions (t) Electricity 851729 kWh…

Isles of Scilly

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… PowerPoint Presentation Climate Change Action Plan 2022 Image: Barefoot Photographer / Scilly Wildlife Trust Library Contents Foreword Executive summary Our key objectives What does climate change mean for the Isles of Scilly? Climate mitigation and adaptation The health impacts of climate change Our journey to net zero…

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council

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… Basingstoke and Deane Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022 to 2023 Basingstoke and Deane Climate Emergency Action Plan - 2022 to 2023 This is the second update of Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council’s Climate emergency Action Plan since it was adopted alongside the Climate Change and Air Quality Strategy in March 2021…

… this corporate action. 1. Action by all: Action number Action Emissions impact Indicative cost Timescale RAG status Responsibility KPI/ measure of progress Nov 2022 update 1.1a Embed climate change training and e-learning into induction process for all council staff and ensure staff receive ongoing training as required, in order to increase understand of climate change…

…. This specific work has supplemented the residents' survey, of a sample of residents across the borough, which also featured questions on climate change. Results have recently been circulated and will shape future potential research work, as required. Over the summer and autumn 2022 the climate change team have been attending community events to provide advice to residents on home energy efficiency…

… Council/ Borough: Borough- wide Emissions Reduction: Low Cost: Low (£) Funding Source: Climate Change budget Income Generation?: No Q1 2021 Q4 2022-23 In Progress Communications Team Climate Change and Sustainability team New page website live Tracking actions/ideas received The council website now hosts eight webpages dedicated to climate change work…

…. Council/ Borough: Borough- wide Emissions Reduction: Medium Cost: Medium (££) Funding Source: Internal resources (Staff time) Income Generation?: No Q4 2022-23 In Progress Communications Team Policy Team Climate Change and Sustainability team Actions included in next Action Plan A new Climate Change Communications and Engagement Officer was recruited…

Torbay Council

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… Neutral Council Action Plan 2022 to 2024 Back to Climate Change Carbon Neutral Council Action Plan 2022 to 2024 Find out about our commitment to becoming a carbon neutral council and how we are working with others to create a carbon neutral Torbay by 2030…

…. Introduction Background  Scope Carbon emissions and achieving carbon neutral by 2030  Highlights Carbon Neutral Council Action Plan 2022 - 2024 Other Actions…

… to reduce direct3 and indirect4 carbon emissions across its own estate, operations and services. It also includes some Council services delivered by the Council’s two wholly owned companies - SWISCo and TDA. It commits the Council to a series of actions it will take from January 2022 up to April 2024. The primary focus of this Action Plan is on actions relating directly to Council operations. It also…

… covers actions where the Council can use its influence to reduce carbon emissions across Torbay. However, a more detailed Carbon Neutral Torbay Action Plan will be developed in 2022 by the Torbay Climate Partnership covering how partners (including the Council), businesses and communities will take action and collectively play their part in tackling the climate emergency locally…

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council

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… Corporate Carbon Descent Plan & Action Plan 2021-2022 Page 1 of 31 Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Corporate Carbon Descent Plan & Action Plan 2021-2022 Date of publication – 31 March 2021 Corporate Carbon Descent Plan & Action Plan 2021-2022 Page 2 of 31 Tunbridge Wells Borough…

… Council Corporate Carbon Descent Plan & Action Plan 2021-2022 Date of publication – 31 March 2021 Document Information Approved by Cabinet: 11 March 2021 Cabinet Minutes: CAB115/20 Author: Karin Grey, Sustainability Manager Carbon Consultants: Steve Marks, Carbon Strategy Lead, LASER (LASER Energy is trading style of Commercial Services Kent Ltd) https…

…://democracy.tunbridgewells.gov.uk/ieDecisionDetails.aspx?AIId=31670 Page 3 of 31 Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Corporate Carbon Descent Plan & Action Plan 2021-2022 Date of publication – 31 March 2021 Foreword: Councillor Alan McDermott Leader of the Council Our climate is changing, and we are facing harmful impacts on our environment, natural habitats and lives in general. In July 2019…

… Carbon Descent Plan & Action Plan 2021-2022 Date of publication – 31 March 2021 will identify any impacts due to Covid-19. However, the sudden falls in emissions during the pandemic are extremely unlikely to impact on global carbon dioxide, with levels already rising to a new peak (see Met Office news article). Introduction We need to act now if we are to avoid catastrophic…

…. https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/research/news/2021/record-co2-levels-despite-lower-emissions-in-2020 https://democracy.tunbridgewells.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=134&MID=4418#AI26351 Page 5 of 31 Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Corporate Carbon Descent Plan & Action Plan 2021-2022 Date of publication – 31 March 2021 What constitutes the Council’s…

North Kesteven District Council

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… is currently pending and will be made available shortly. This is the approved CEAP 2023/24 content however, the final designed version is currently pending and will be made available shortly. 2 CEAP 2023/24 VERSION CONTROL TABLE VERSION Date Comments V2 27/03/23 Our new Action Plan (CEAP 2023/24) produced following approval in March 2023, superseding the 2022/23 iteration of our…

… for the most up to date Climate Emergency Action Plan, please see our website. https://www.n-kesteven.gov.uk/residents/climate-action/ https://www.n-kesteven.gov.uk/residents/climate-action/ This is the approved CEAP 2023/24 content however, the final designed version is currently pending and will be made available shortly. 9 Reviewing Our Progress (CEAP 2022/23) &…

…; Updating Our Action Plan (2023/24) Looking back at the progress we have made and setting a pathway forwards. For final progress figures against our CEAP 2022/23, please refer to our CEAP 2022/23 end of year reporting, produced alongside our CEAP 2022/23 Quarter 4 progress report. We would like to take the opportunity to thank our colleagues for their hard work and dedication to delivering…

… our CEAP 2022/23 actions and for their commitment to our 2023/24 actions. The graph to the left shows the start date range for all actions in CEAP 2023/24, broken down by theme. The graph to the right shows the scale of each action, again broken down by theme. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 9. Waste and Water 8. Industry 7. Energy 6. Natural Environment 5. Transport 4. Buildings 3…

… of this year’s Action Plan review, please see appendix 1. This is the approved CEAP 2023/24 content however, the final designed version is currently pending and will be made available shortly. 10 Reviewing Our Progress (CEAP 2022/23) Reviewing the actions completed from CEAP 2022/23. The tables below present all the actions we have completed from our CEAP 2022/23. More detailed progress…

Bristol City Council

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… Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022-2025 2 Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022-2025 Contents Foreword from Councillor Kye Dudd 3 Introduction Purpose 4 Work to date 5 What Bristol City Council can do 6 Making progress…

… 24 Skills 24 Engagement, culture and inclusion 24 Appendix – Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 25 3 Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022-2025 Foreword The Climate Emergency and the required speed and extent of action means we all need to play our part and coordinate with others. This action plan describes what Bristol City Council is doing…

… 4 Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022-2025 1. Introduction We know that climate change is already happening in the UK, with the first two decades of this century the warmest 20-year period in 300 years 1, and the summers of 2018 and 2022 the hottest since records began in 1884. Extreme weather events are also becoming more frequent, severe and longer in duration…

… (Chapter 1, page 18) https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/binaries/content/assets/metofficegovuk/pdf/research/spf/bristol-city-pack_august-2022.pdf https://www.ukclimaterisk.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Technical-Report-The-Third-Climate-Change-Risk-Assessment.pdf https://www.ukclimaterisk.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Technical-Report-The-Third-Climate…

…-Change-Risk-Assessment.pdf https://www.ukclimaterisk.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Technical-Report-The-Third-Climate-Change-Risk-Assessment.pdf 5 Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022-2025 Work to date Bristol City Council has been working on climate change for many years, reducing our own emissions, helping the city to reduce its emissions and improving…

Bristol City Council

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… Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022-2025 2 Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022-2025 Contents Foreword from Councillor Kye Dudd 3 Introduction Purpose 4 Work to date 5 What Bristol City Council can do 6 Making progress…

… 24 Skills 24 Engagement, culture and inclusion 24 Appendix – Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 25 3 Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022-2025 Foreword The Climate Emergency and the required speed and extent of action means we all need to play our part and coordinate with others. This action plan describes what Bristol City Council is doing…

… 4 Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022-2025 1. Introduction We know that climate change is already happening in the UK, with the first two decades of this century the warmest 20-year period in 300 years 1, and the summers of 2018 and 2022 the hottest since records began in 1884. Extreme weather events are also becoming more frequent, severe and longer in duration…

… (Chapter 1, page 18) https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/binaries/content/assets/metofficegovuk/pdf/research/spf/bristol-city-pack_august-2022.pdf https://www.ukclimaterisk.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Technical-Report-The-Third-Climate-Change-Risk-Assessment.pdf https://www.ukclimaterisk.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Technical-Report-The-Third-Climate…

…-Change-Risk-Assessment.pdf https://www.ukclimaterisk.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Technical-Report-The-Third-Climate-Change-Risk-Assessment.pdf 5 Bristol City Council Climate Emergency Action Plan 2022-2025 Work to date Bristol City Council has been working on climate change for many years, reducing our own emissions, helping the city to reduce its emissions and improving…

Colchester Borough Council

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… modelling of the current CBC footprint� Work with the Carbon Trust to develop a new CMP for 2022-27 October 2021- April 2022 New CMP produced by April 2022 Review CMP 2016-2020 to address any outstanding projects and see if these can be carried out� Review projects to identify technical feasibility and budget available� January 2021- December 2021 Actions reviewed and identified…

… buildings (see 2�2)� Complete by April 2021 and reprocuring green tariff at each procurement cycle� May 2021 – April 2022 Get a 100% renewable electricity green tariff in new procurement of utility supplier� Business case produced for generating renewable energy to contribute to powering Council buildings (see 2�2)� Review our estate and assets to investigate means of increasing energy…

… efficiency of heating, lighting and cooling systems. New Estate Asset Strategy to include decarbonisation plan� April 2021 – April 2022 Building Maintenance Survey & Programme to include carbon reduction assessment and activities to maximise opportunities to decarbonise assets when carrying out repairs� 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.5 1.4 1 Reduce carbon emissions from our buildings and fleet…

… to help achieve a net zero carbon footprint for Council services by 2030 Decarbonisation of Rowan House, the Council’s main office� Replacement of existing heating and ventilation systems with heat pump� Also adding in extra roof insulation and LED lighting� Installation of 20 electric vehicle (EV) charge points at Rowan House� February 2021 – December 2021 January 2021 – April 2022

… to building heating and lighting systems. Adding in storage facility into depot to store recyclables. January 2021 – April 2022 Achievement of significant energy (and carbon emission) savings, to be confirmed as project is developed� Improved management of the quality of recyclable materials (i�e� reduced contamination, impact of weather)� Creation of an Asset (Housing) Management Strategy…

London Borough of Wandsworth

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… and Sustainability Strategy (WESS) and Wandsworth Climate Action Plan for 2023 SUMMARY The Council is committed to delivering sustainability for all, being carbon neutral as an organisation by 2030 and net zero as a borough by 2043. To achieve these targets and deliver the changes required action needs to be delivered at pace. This sense of urgency can clearly be seen in the actions delivered in 2022

…, which are summarised in this paper. In November 2022 the Council’s outstanding action was recognised by gaining a place on CDP Cities A List, which puts Wandsworth amongst the top 122 cities and towns worldwide who are taking action on climate change. Key actions also delivered in 2022 include setting a science based borough-wide net zero target of 2043, the launch of the Wandsworth…

… Sustainability for All 4. Wandsworth Council has declared a Climate Emergency and is committed to taking action to reduce carbon emissions from the organisation, reduce carbon emissions across the borough and to prepare the borough for a changing climate. The Council has set a target of being carbon neutral as an organisation by 2030 and carbon zero by 2050. In November 2022, Wandsworth adopted a new…

… net zero borough target of 2043, using a science based target that aligns Wandsworth’s actions to global agreements on carbon emissions such as the 2015 Paris Agreement. Since May 2022, the Council has taken a sustainability for all approach, recognising the need to work together as a borough to meet these goals. 5. The Wandsworth Environment and Sustainability Strategy (WESS) sets out…

… and are clear on next steps the Council is taking in tackling climate change. This annual update is a key part of that open and transparent approach, alongside engagement with local partners and residents as well as reporting on climate actions to internationally recognised bodies such as CDP, with Wandsworth gaining an A rating for this work. 7. In 2022, the Council has increased its focus…

Arun District Council

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… Biodiversity Net Gain Study November 2022 is being considered by Planning Policy committee on 24 November 2022. Once approved it will set out the baseline evidence at a strategic level, to help inform input to the metric and directs actions towards appropriate locations where biodiversity net gains will achieve the optimum benefit for nature recovery or expansion. This is presented in parts 1 and 2…

… on Neighbourhood Planning | Arun District Council. Green Infrastructure Network Maps by Parish November 2012 Aldingbourne (2022 update) [pdf] 4MB Aldwick (2022 update) [pdf] 6MB Angmering (2022 update) [pdf] 5MB Arundel (2022 update)[pdf] 7MB…

… Barnham and Eastergate (2022 update).[pdf] 5MB Bersted (2022 update).[pdf] 9MB Bognor Regis (2022 update) [pdf] Climping (2022 update).[pdf] 3MB East Preston (2022 update).[pdf] 3MB…

… Felpham (2022 update) [pdf] 4MB Ferring (2022 update).[pdf] 4MB Ford (2022 update)f [pdf] 3MB Kingston (2022 update) [pdf] 3MB Littlehampton (2022 update).[pdf] 5MB Lyminster and Crossbush (2023 update)[pdf…

…] 4MB Middleton-On-Sea (2022 update).[pdf] 14MB Pagham (2021 update) [pdf] 2MB Poling (2022 update) [pdf] 2MB Rustington (2022 update).[pdf] 4MB Walberton (2022 update…

London Borough of Ealing

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… 1 CLIMATE AND ECOLOGICAL EMERGENCY STRATEGY January 2021 (Food chapter appended February 2022) 2 Table of Contents 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .......................................................................................... 3 2. The scope of this strategy…

… carbon emissions annually. The BEIS data relates to emissions for two years prior to the date of publication meaning that the emissions data released in 2022 related to Ealing’s emissions for 2020. This data reports what are known as Scope 1 and Scope 2 carbon dioxide emissions and it is these emissions that this strategy focuses on. Each year, this emissions data will be assessed against…

Blackpool Borough Council

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… demand Town Director of Strategy June 2022 (proposals); December 2030 Not currently funded – estimated Lancashire cost £7.8 billion Reduced energy demand for heating 2. Accelerate delivery of “electrification” of heating and the transfer away from natural gas e.g., via ground and air- source heat pumps Town Director of Strategy June 2022 (proposals); December 2030 Not currently funded…

… – estimated Lancashire cost £4.9 billion Reduced emissions via carbon- producing fuel sources 3. Develop and deliver strategic proposals to install solar panels on every suitable domestic rooftop Town Director of Strategy June 2022 (proposals) then December 2030 Not currently funded – estimated Lancashire cost £3.1 billion Reduced energy demand for domestic activities 4. Raise issue of energy…

… efficiency standards in new housing with Government, ensuring that Blackpool is able to implement planning regulations consistent with a net zero target Town Director of Strategy March 2022 Strategy and Climate Manager New builds contributing to net zero targets 5. Build 30 new Council houses and retrofit 120 more with enhanced insulation and air-source heat pumps, plus deliver and learn from “eco…

… coach” training on energy saving techniques Both Chief Executive, Blackpool Coastal Housing March 2023 Strategy and Climate Manager; Funded by ERDF and Council finances Saving of 370.58 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year 6. Encourage take-up of low energy demand appliances and LED lighting solutions via marketing and publicity Town Director of Strategy November 2022 (initial campaign…

… and Council 8. Explore resources needed to enforce EPC ratings via landlord licensing scheme Town Director of Community & Environmental Services February 2022 Private Housing Manager; Enforcement Manager; Strategy and Climate Manager Report considering provision of additional resources 9. Campaign to raise Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard for private landlords to band C Town Director…

North Lanarkshire Council

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… Microsoft Word - 20190415CarbonManagementPlan_Corporate_Format.docx Carbon Management Plan 2019-2022 1 Carbon Management Plan 2019-22 Our plan to address, adapt and act Author Lynda Stevenson Contact details Stevensonly@northlan.gov.uk Owner James McKinstry Mckinstryj@northlan.gov.uk…

… their full potential Improve the health and wellbeing of our communities Enhance participation, capacity, and empowerment across our communities Improve North Lanarkshire’s resource base Carbon Management Plan 2019-2022 2 Change record Consultation process Key stakeholders, including members of the Carbon Management Group, were…

… Housing Property and Projects Planning and Regeneration CultureNL Distribution Carbon Management Group, Senior Management Team Date 00/00/00 Author n/a Change made none Carbon Management Plan 2019-2022 3 Contents Foreword 4 Introduction 5 Section 1 – Strategic Context and Drivers 6 Section 2 – Targets 10 Section 3 – Projects and Activities 15 Section 4 – Action…

… Plan & The Plan for North Lanarkshire 20 Section 5 – Housing & Energy Efficiency 24 Section 6 – Green Risk Register 28 Glossary 0 North Lanarkshire Ambition Statements 2 Carbon Management Plan 2019-2022 4 Foreword Since our last carbon management plan, the council has achieved significant reductions in key emission areas. Meanwhile the climate change and energy…

… Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategy pilot which whilst supporting the council’s carbon ambitions will look at opportunities to decarbonise heat. Councillor Lynne Anderson Carbon Management Plan 2019-2022 5 Introduction North Lanarkshire Council, along with other large public bodies such as Scotland’s universities and the NHS, plays an important role…

London Borough of Hillingdon

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… West London Strategic Infrastructure Delivery Plan 2021-40 Final Report March 2022 Notice This document and its contents have been prepared and are intended solely as information for the West London Alliance (WLA) and use in relation to the WLA SIDP…

… with WLA Supporting documents Appendix A: Property Market and Opportunity Areas Report; Cushman and Wakefield WLA SIDP, March 2022 Contents Chapter Page Report Note Executive Summary Purpose Growth context Strategic Infrastructure Recommendations for West London 1. Introduction 1 1.1. Purpose 1 1.2. West London Alliance 1 1.3…

… development impacts 174 6. Funding and Delivery 217 6.1. Introduction 217 6.2. Grant funding & existing infrastructure funding mechanisms 217 6.3. Housing Focused Funding Pots/ Mechanisms 223 6.4. Infrastructure financing options 226 WLA SIDP, March 2022 6.5. Alternative Infrastructure Financing Mechanisms 228 6.6. Strategic sector delivery 229 APPENDIX A: Property Market…

… of 105,000 homes and 140,000 jobs, and further strategic growth areas and sites are recognised. There are potential agglomeration benefits of linking Opportunity Areas, as an increased growth dividend and wider impacts from investment in infrastructure, whilst providing provision and connectivity to the WLA SIDP, March 2022 areas between. Investment such as the West London Orbital (WLO…

… for authorities to ensure these modes are safe and usable. o Trends towards home working may prove to have been permanently accelerated from the pandemic, rather than central employment locations workers may travel to a WLA SIDP, March 2022 range of local bases. This raises the role of local connectivity and rethinking of town centres and high streets to boost local sectors. o…

City of York Council

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… Agenda for Executive on Tuesday, 22 November 2022, 5.30 pm City of York Council Search this site…

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…    No interests were declared.   43. Minutes (17:32) PDF 252 KB To approve and sign the minutes of the Executive meeting held on 6 October 2022

…. Minutes: Resolved:  That the minutes of the Executive meeting held on 6 October 2022 be approved, and signed by the Chair as a correct record. 44. Public Participation (17:32) At this point in the meeting members…

… participation at our meetings.   The deadline for registering at this meeting is 5:00pm on Friday, 18 November 2022.   To register to speak please visit www.york.gov.uk…

Burnley Borough Council

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… Burnley Climate Change Strategy 2022-2026 BURNLEY CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGY 2022 - 2026 Burnley Climate Change Strategy 2 CONTENTS 1. Introduction 3 - Climate Emergency Declaration 3 2. The established causes &…

… until 2035. Building Regulations 3.5 The Building Regulations set minimum standards for many aspects of construction of new buildings and certain alterations, including energy efficiency. 3.6 In December 2021 the government introduced changes to the Building Regulations (Part S), effective from 15 June 2022 to require the installation of infrastructure (charging points and/ or cabling…

… forward in the earlier part of 2022, and that the proposed changes to the planning system will be “channelled through the prism of levelling up”. 12 Burnley Climate Change Strategy 8 4. The Scope of the Strategy Burnley Council’s Role 4.1 Burnley is within a ‘two-tier’ area for local government which means that it has both a county council (Lancashire County Council) that delivers…

… into force in 2022 and 2023 (See section 3.) 5.6 The Council will work closely with the county council to progress on-street charging options and private owners to progress the ULEV charging infrastructure. Progress 5.7 Between 2019 and 2020 Burnley recorded a 76% increase in Battery Electric Vehicles, exceeding the Lancashire average of 56%. However, the total number of privately registered…

… available rapid chargers. Table: Availability of Public Chargers Publicly Available chargers (All Speeds) Per 100K Population % Change Publicly Available Rapid Chargers Per 100K Population % Change Burnley April 2020 13 14.7 2 2.3 April 2021 18 20.2 3 3.4 April 2022 29 32.5 +61.11% 8 9.0 +166.67% Hyndburn April 2020 15 18.6 5 6.2 April 2021 23 28.4 6 7.4 April 2022 22…

Argyll and Bute Council

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… Update to Decarbonisation Action Plan - Feb 23 ARGYLL AND BUTE COUNCIL POLICY & RESOURCES COMMITTEE CLIMATE CHANGE BOARD 8th December 2022 CLIMATE CHANGE BOARD UPDATE & DE-CARBONISATION TRACKER…

… CLIMATE CHANGE BOARD 8th December 2022 CLIMATE CHANGE BOARD UPDATE & DE-CARBONISATION TRACKER 3.0 INTRODUCTION 3.1 This report highlights recent activity of Climate Change Board. 4.0 RECOMMENDATIONS 4.1 The Policy and Resources Committee are asked to note and consider the updates contained at Section 5 of the report and the full De…

… & Officers considered the political presence at CCB was constructive. B – Kilmory Biodiversity Project Shortlisted for 3 National Awards 5.3 A project backed by CCB and previously discussed at Policy & Resources Committee and delivered earlier in 2022 has now been shortlisted for 3 national awards. 5.4 Argyll & Bute Council, ACT and Scottish & Southern Electric…

… Networks (SSEN) partnered to plant 30ha planting in our Kilmory Estate in Lochgilphead on land as part of woodland conservation and compensatory planting resulting from power line upgrades. The sapling planting commenced in the summer of 2022 and has recently completed. The planting will help towards meeting the twin challenges of the climate and biodiversity crisis and establishes an innovative…

… electronic training system LEON has a progressed version with assessment that is nearing completion. D – HEEPS Warmer Homes – NOW ENERGY EFFICIENT SCOTLAND: AREA BASED SCHEME (EES:ABS) 5.10 The Council was awarded a grant by the Scottish Government of £2,011,323 under their Energy Efficient Scotland: Area Based Scheme (EES:ABS) in July 2022 to facilitate a programme of retrofitting…

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