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Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council

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… the Climate Action Partnership. As a group, the Partnership’s role is to: • Start work on a Climate Resilience Plan in 2022 • Produce a delivery plan by 2023 • Develop, review, and update our Action Plan • Release our first annual review in 2023 7 https://calderdale.moderngov.co.uk/documents/s4237/Item 7 - Establishing a Calderdale Climate Change Partnership.pdf DRAFT • Make…

… progress can ease climate anxiety and knowing where we are falling behind can help us focus on action. Working Together A key action is to set up a Calderdale Climate Action website by 2023 where we can share innovation and strengthen everyone’s voices. We will regularly publish our progress: we have committed to annual progress reports but want to update you more frequently than this. We will use…

…, and secure the funding. We recognise this challenge, and finding resources is a key action. We know that the actions outlined in the plan will have long-term financial benefits: we see it as an investment in the borough’s future. We will produce our influencing strategy by 2023. Our Themes and Key Actions - Shared Voice 9 https://calderdale.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u…

… of suggestions and different advice providers can be overwhelming. It is important that people can get honest, factual advice from someone local that they trust and who they can go back to if they have further questions. Working Together Whether it’s online, on the phone, or high-street based, we aim to launch low-carbon community advice hubs across Calderdale, launching the first one in 2023. We…

… bronze level and aim to move to silver by 2023 and gold by 2025 or sooner. Our Themes and Key Actions - Community Climate Action 15 https://olioex.com/ https://toogoodtogo.co.uk/en-gb/ https://veganuary.com/ https://www.actionforcleanair.org.uk/campaigns/clean-air-day https://www.repaircafe.org/cafe…

Hartlepool Borough Council

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2023 Climate Change Net Zero Strategy and Action Plan 2 2023 Climate Change Response and Net Zero Strategy Contents 1 Leader’s Foreword – 2023 Climate Change Response and Net Zero ............................. 4 2 Executive Summary…

… .............................................................................................................. 56 Appendix A – Climate Change Response and Net Zero Action Plan ............................... 56 Appendix B – The Causes and Impacts of Climate Change ............................................. 65 3 2023 Climate Emergency Response and Net Zero Strategy 4 2023 Climate Emergency Response and Net Zero Strategy 1 Leader’s Foreword – 2023 Climate…

… any authority in the collective responsibility we have to take care of our place. Hartlepool is extremely important to me. The people who read this are incredibly important to those who have spent many days, weeks and months putting this strategy together. And it is together that we will look to work on the solutions, changes and positive opportunities in order 5 2023

… Climate Emergency Response and Net Zero Strategy that we might all take seriously our part in our place for the environment that we so desperately need to take better care of. My vision of 2023 – 2033 is quite large. Some say too large. But I see a Hartlepool that grows in efficient ways using innovative materials and energy saving software and energy storing devices in order to deliver…

… of an MMC home. I see us taking our place in ensuring businesses and wider homes can benefit from the Home Energy Management Systems and Business Energy Management Systems as we each look to move our homes and places of work into a new energy and cost efficient future that protects us from the kind of cost of living crisis we have seen since the end of 2021 and continue to suffer from in 2023

Torbay Council

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… and Corporate Plan (2019-2023). Therefore, as a council we need to change how we work, develop new actions and ways of working that will help to minimise the impact the Council has on the natural environment and play our part in tackling the climate emergency locally. Back to top Scope This Carbon Neutral Council Action Plan outlines the actions the Council will take…

… £1m on projects to decarbonise our estate and fleet. Bid for national decarbonisation funds such as Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme and Low Carbon Skills Fund Upgrade Torre Abbey’s Arid House boilers to low carbon heat pumps Install solar panels on Tor Hill House Complete the development of 2 solar farms in Torbay Review the corporate energy contract in 2023 and procure greener energy from…

… solutions can also help alleviate flood risk and help reduce summertime temperatures/localised heat island effects. We will: Continue to deliver effective tree planting schemes as part of the three-year funded i-tree 2 initiative, including planting over 350 trees by 2023. Develop a new Tree Planting Strategy for Torbay Refresh the Tree and Woodland Framework Strategy which aims to ensure the safety…

… timescales for delivery of actions Council estate, energy and streetlighting Action Timescale 2022 Timescale 2023 Timescale April 2024 Bid for national…

… robust carbon footprint for the Council * Review the corporate energy contract in 2023 and procure greener energy from 2024 * * Spend at least £225,000 on energy efficiency projects through the existing Salix Recycling Fund. * * * Spend £1m on projects to decarbonise our estate and fleet/other. * * * Upgrade remaining streetlighting (~30-35%) to new LED lighting and investigate ways…

Tandridge District Council

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… 1 Year 1 = date of plan approval to end March 2022, Year 2 = April 2022 – March 2023, Year 3 = April 2023 – March 2024 etc. Page 5 of 9 Initial Action Strategic Priority Change Outcome Action Priority Completed by Develop a business case for all Council vehicles to be powered by electric or other low carbon alternatives Organisational Emissions Reduce organisational emissions…

… - Reduce organisational emissions. - Support behaviour change. 3 July 2021 Scope reducing water consumption across the Council Organisational Emissions - Reduce organisational emissions. 3 Mar 2023 Scope reducing the volume of paper purchased across the Council Organisational Emissions - Reduce organisational emissions. 3 Mar 2023 Review the Council’s financial investments…

…; Food Systems - Reduce carbon emissions in District. Offsetting Mar 2023 Page 6 of 9 Initial Action Strategic Priority Change Outcome Action Priority Completed by - Increase biodiversity. - Improve District's air quality. Ensure our business continuity and emergency plans are robust from a climate change perspective Adaption - Increase Council’s climate resilience…

… in the District Transport & Air Quality - Improve District's air quality. - Reduce carbon emissions in District. - Improve users’ health & wellbeing. 3 Dec 2023 Produce a Green and Blue infrastructure Supplementary Planning Document in line with Our Local Plan Housing, Planning, Buildings & Infrastructure - Support behaviour change. 3 Mar 2025 Evaluate use of business…

…) in the District Energy Generation - Support renewable energy production / distribution. - Reduce carbon emissions in District. - Support future EV fleet vehicles. 2 Mar 2023 Work with partners to support the installation of smart meters in the District and residents switching to ‘green’ energy tariffs Housing, Planning, Buildings & Infrastructure - Reduce carbon emissions in District…

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…

… laptops and new MFDs. Move servers to the cloud to vastly reduce carbon footprint in terms of hardware. COMPLETE SHORT From 2021 No of MFDs more than halved MEDIUM HIGH MEDIUM 2023/24 onwards Begin implementing estate wide carbon reduction plan Identify potential carbon reduction and energy efficiency interventions based…

…) by 2030. Link retrofit plans into existing planned maintenance and repair plans. Ongoing HIGH must first undergo energy efficiency retrofit to reduce energy demand Resources to be agreed 2023/24 onwards Implement switch from gas No new gas boilers to be installed by 2025 at the latest. Implement retrofit plan to low carbon heat. Switch…

… to zero carbon new build. Head of Crawley Homes 2021/22 HIGH HIGH MEDIUM Assess additional resource requirement for builds planned 2023/24 onwards Net Zero Collective Learning from first 10 property types to inform retrofit action plan and commence delivery for some of portfolio. Retrofit or regenerate remaining portfolio. Head of Crawley Homes MEDIUM LONG…

Dover District Council

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…. • Car park lighting switched off at night. • Pools covered at night to reduce heat loss. • Aircon regulated to meet demands. • Unfortunately, solar panels on centre currently not operational to comply with insurance company recommendations, however remedial works due to complete by end of April 2023. Tides Leisure Centre – since April 2022 energy consumption reduced by 9.1…

… Strategy + Local Plan Democratic Services and relevant Head of Service S, ongoing Guidance for Officers on Climate change and Environmental Implications. From January 2020 all cabinet reports include a Climate Change and Environmental implications section in Cabinet reports now a requirement. https://www.dover.gov.uk/News/Press-Releases/2023/Former-garage…

…-site-in-Dover-transformed-into-16-studio-flats-for-people-facing-homelessness.aspx https://www.dover.gov.uk/News/Press-Releases/2023/Former-garage-site-in-Dover-transformed-into-16-studio-flats-for-people-facing-homelessness.aspx Some projects will be limited due to type / location/ materials/budgetary factors. Climate Change and sustainability issues…

…’ will also be taken forward through the development of the new Corporate Plan in 2023 and encourage Heads of Service to address the issue within their Service Plans. Add Climate lens to all internal audits East Kent Audit Partnership M, Ongoing Action for Head and Deputy Head of Audit – followed up on 02.12.22. Confirm support of Kent wide Strategies (Energy & Low…

… continue to consider any opportunities that may arise including renewable energy and energy storage although government restrictions on the use of PWLB funds have placed some limits on the extent of such investment options. Ringfence funds for green initiatives Strategic Director (Resources) S Jan 2023 - Given the current budget pressures this is not a realistic option…

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…

…: Council Operations Emissions Reduction: Low Cost: None Funding Source: Internal resources (Staff time) Income Generation?: No Review of key policies related to SWOW underway Spring 2023 In Progress HR Climate Change and Sustainability Team Reduction in ‘grey fleet’ or business mileage The Smarter Ways of Working (SWOW) programme has now concluded…

… and hybrid, flexible working is now normal practice. This has led to an approximate 1/5th reduction in travel to work. The climate change team regularly reviews a forward plan of upcoming work, including relevant policies to ensure they are reviewed by the climate team. A review of staff benefits is underway and expected to be completed in spring 2023. 1.4 Support for existing the Low…

…- wide Emissions Reduction: Low Cost: Low (£) Funding Source: Internal and European Grant Funding Income Generation?: No Q3 2021 – Q2 2023 In Progress Economic Development Climate Change and Sustainability team Businesses supported. Modelled carbon reduction Council continuing to promote scheme through multiple channels, including directly with businesses…

…. The scheme will continue to be pushed until it closes in mid-2023 1.12 Support and tools for businesses to understand climate change and take action to tackle this Council/ Borough: Borough- wide Emissions Reduction: Medium Cost: Low (£) Funding Source: TBC Income Generation?: No Ongoing To be actioned Climate Change and Sustainability team Economic development…

East Dorset District Council

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… Natural Environment, Climate and Ecology Action Plan 2023 to 2025 - Dorset Council Skip to Content Toggle navigation Menu…

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North Dorset District Council

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… Natural Environment, Climate and Ecology Action Plan 2023 to 2025 - Dorset Council Skip to Content Toggle navigation Menu…

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Rushmoor Borough Council

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… and introduction of a broader range of materials. Specifically, the Strategy specifies that all authorities in England must introduce a weekly collection of kerbside household food waste from 2023. 4.3 A waste composition analysis was undertaken in 2018 of a representative sample of Rushmoor’s household bins, in order to help inform the Strategy for Hampshire’s waste management infrastructure…

… of climate change issues Support a minimum of four events a year Democracy and Community/ Communications Team Council Business Plan 2020/21 2021/23 2023 and beyond ANNEX 1 Page 2 of 28 A1.3 Develop new webpage and central point of contact – sustainability@rushmoor.gov. uk 2020/21 Knowledge and understanding of users increased…

… with stakeholders in the Borough and County to establish a framework for Work with stakeholders/partners to develop a behavioural change programme for organisations. 2023 and beyond Reduction in carbon emissions and improved sustainability by participating organisations Establish a wide-ranging group of organisations committed to delivering change Democracy and Community Council…

… to existing properties 2023 and beyond Common standards to ensure a reduction in the carbon impact of existing properties Guidance in place and being implemented Economy, Planning and Strategic Housing Rushmoor Local Plan B2.3 Review whether there is justification for requiring developers’ contributions to climate change mitigation action 2023 and beyond Reduction in carbon…

…/ Communications ANNEX 1 Page 10 of 28 B4.1 Support and encourage energy reduction and efficiency and use of clean energy Develop and introduce sustainability clauses as part of new and reviewed leases of properties which are owned and managed directly by the Council to provide guidance and requirements for energy efficiency improvements 2023 and beyond…

Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council

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… Calderdale Climate Action Plan for 2023-26 CALDERDALE ACTION PLAN 2023-26 CLIMATE OUR PATH TO A BRIGHTER FUTURE Tackling Climate Change is a challenge all of us will face. Here in Calderdale, it’s a challenge we are ready to tackle. We’ve gone through devastating floods and learned a lot about taking action…

… behind can help us focus on action. Working Together A key action is positioning the Climate Action Partnership to be multi-owned and visible in 2023. We want to be leaders in taking climate action and sharing innovation and stories. We will regularly publish our progress: we have committed to yearly progress reports but will also use tools like social media, newsletters and press releases…

… literacy and action since 2019. Calderdale Council’s fleet of electric vehicles will cut carbon emissions 15 https://gogreen.togetherhousing.co.uk/ LOCAL ACTION: Suma Wholefoods Suma Wholefoods launched their Sustainability Strategy in 2023. The Calderdale-based co-op has 300 workers and distributes vegetarian and sustainable products to businesses and communities across…

… of the Sustainable Food Places Award and will aim to move to silver by 2023 and gold by 2026 or sooner. Start Today Want to make a difference? BBC Bitesize has some ideas for families, 9-13 and 14+ years old on how you can be green. Communities Taking Action How can we support communities to play their part in making a lasting change? Calderdale is already fortunate to have a vibrant community sector…

Chorley Council

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… is well underway to produce a new Central Lancashire Local Plan for 2023-2038. This will be a single plan for Central Lancashire which will seek to ensure that all future development is: • Sustainable • Benefits nature and our biodiversity • Carbon neutral (or delivers equivalent in carbon off-setting) • Promotes new forms of energy for heating homes and for transport • Does not worsen our…

… Develop and implement a Sustainable Policy for Council Buildings to ensure that all future development the Council undertakes meets sustainability and net zero targets and there is a clear action plan for existing buildings to be decarbonised. Spatial Planning (Climate Change Team) Property Services Commercial Services Mar 2023 Complete and evaluate the trial use of hydrogenated vegetable oil…

… savings Spatial Planning (Climate Change Team) Property Services Mar 2024 Develop & adopt Local Plan policies for climate change including flood risk & sustainable drainage, biodiversity net gain, green and blue infrastructure, open space, clean energy, and sustainable transport. Spatial Planning (supported by Climate Change Team) Dec 2023 Support local communities in the preparation…

… new schemes for cycling, walking and improved public transport. Spatial Planning Dec 2023 Deliver the recommendations of the Sustainable Public Transport Overview and Scrutiny Task Group. Spatial Planning Dec 2022 In Partnership with LCC, develop a Highways and Transport Masterplan for Central Lancashire include a stand- alone Transport Strategy for Chorley to support delivery of the new…

… and land owned not only by the Council and produce a report with options and recommendations. Spatial Planning (Climate Change Team) Property Services Commercial Services Mar 2023 Investigate the feasibility and business case for the Council to establish a service to offer HVO fuel for residents to use in own private vehicles, include safety, financial, legal and demand. Spatial Planning…

Stroud District Council

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… of influence as “Exemplar”, “Enabler” and “Encourager”. Each commitment is loosely time framed over the decade, which is segmented into 3 phases that can be broadly considered as: (i) (2020 – 2023) preparation and pilots; (ii) (2023 - 2027) bigger projects and roll out schemes; (iii) (2027 – 2030) finalisation of schemes and next stage planning; In practice things are not so neatly ‘linear…

… and villages. BUILT ENVIRONMENT TH EM ES IN TR O D U C TIO N N EX T STEPS PAGE 10 l STROUD DISTRICT COUNCIL l THE 2030 STRATEGY MASTER PLAN OUR COMMITMENTS 2020-23 2023-27 2027-30 RATIONALE INDICATORS OF SUCCESS… EX EM PL A R in o ur o w n op er at io ns BE1 Efficiency Programme Linked to E1, M2 Review council owned building stock for energy and water efficiency…

… N N EX T STEPS PAGE 11 l STROUD DISTRICT COUNCIL l THE 2030 STRATEGY MASTER PLAN OUR COMMITMENTS 2020-23 2023-27 2027-30 RATIONALE INDICATORS OF SUCCESS… EN A BL ER Pa rtn er sh ip s; P ol ic y, D ec is io ns a nd S er vi ce s BE5 Financing through development Redesign our application process for Community Infrastructure Levy to ensure focus on a CN2030…

… DISTRICT COUNCIL l THE 2030 STRATEGY MASTER PLAN OUR COMMITMENTS 2020-23 2023-27 2027-30 RATIONALE INDICATORS OF SUCCESS… EN C O U RA G ER Ad vi ce , I nf or m at io n, In ce nt iv es BE12 Awards and incentives Research and consult on award and incentive schemes motivate those with building related responsibilities to plan, build and install only to the highest energy efficiency…

… infrastructure fit for the future: • grid constraints are no longer obstacles to renewable generation • storage and on-site generation projects are well supported FOCUS: energy generation and power distribution across the district. ENERGY TH EM ES IN TR O D U C TIO N N EX T STEPS PAGE 14 l STROUD DISTRICT COUNCIL l THE 2030 STRATEGY MASTER PLAN OUR COMMITMENTS 2020-23 2023-27 2027-30…

Leicester City Council

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… Leicester Climate Emergency Strategy 2020-2023 Leicester Climate Emergency Strategy April 2020 – March 2023 Towards a carbon-neutral and climate-adapted city Leicester’s Climate Emergency Strategy: April 2020 to March 2023 Page 2 of 57 Foreword We are proud to present Leicester City Council’s strategy and action plan…

… Soulsby Deputy City Mayor Environment and Transportation, Cllr Adam Clarke Leicester’s Climate Emergency Strategy: April 2020 to March 2023 Page 3 of 57 Our Thanks The development of this strategy and the accompanying action plan have been supported and shaped through a huge number of conversations and discussions under the umbrella of Leicester’s Climate Emergency Conversation…

… and businesses. Group Conversations – members of the following groups who fed into responses via our Group Conversation Packs: • Belgrave Neighbours • Community of Grace • Countesthorpe Environment Group • De Montfort University – staff and students • GraceWorks Leicester’s Climate Emergency Strategy: April 2020 to March 2023 Page 4 of 57 • Leicester City of Sanctuary • Near…

… Finally, not to forget the local campaigning groups who have helped raise awareness about the Climate Emergency and constructively laid out the challenge for a bold and ambitious response. Leicester’s Climate Emergency Strategy: April 2020 to March 2023 Page 5 of 57 Contents Foreword 2 Our Thanks 3 Contents 5 Executive Summary 6 Our Vision 9 Introduction 11 Purpose…

… At work 39 Land use, green space and development 43 The council 47 Delivery, Monitoring and Reporting 51 Broadening Leicester’s Response to the Emergency 53 Glossary 54 Leicester’s Climate Emergency Strategy: April 2020 to March 2023 Page 6 of 57 Executive Summary Playing our part in tackling the Climate Emergency Climate change is a critical threat to people in Leicester…

Cambridgeshire County Council

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… and distribution network through solar photovoltaic (PV) generation on our assets. √ – – Increase energy efficiency standards for existing buildings and develop a programme of improvements using 'invest to save' principles to reduce energy consumption by 20% by 2023. √ – – Implement plan of property retrofitting to all buildings owned and occupied by the Council - aiming to be fossil fuel free (using…

… renewable heating sources instead of gas or oil) by 2025. √ – – Ensure all new Council buildings, extensions and retrofits are designed to the highest energy efficiency standards, incorporating renewable generation where feasible and Electric Vehicle (EV) chargepoint provision. Assessment of all buildings and implementation plan in place by 2023. √ – – Improve measurement of refrigerant gases…

… such as additional shading, and improved drainage design. Assessment of all buildings and implementation plan in place by 2023. – √ – Audit properties and maintenance plans to identify opportunities and deliver enhancement to CCC's natural capital (e.g. enhancement of soft landscape for biodiversity) √ √ √ Ensure all new buildings, extensions and retrofits are designed to incorporate measures to deliver…

… environmental and biodiversity net gain including management plans, for example appropriate vegetation planting and sustainable drainage systems – √ √ Ensure all new buildings are adapted to water scarcity through the use of water saving measures (e.g. rainwater harvesting, greywater harvesting). Assessment of all buildings and implementation plan in place by 2023. √ √ Ensure all buildings supporting…

… locations in place by 2023. – √ – Investigate opportunities for zero or low emission highways, libraries and other fleet vehicles, including cargobikes √ – – Implement replacement of all pool cars and hire cars and vans to only use electric vehicles - aim to complete by 2025. Investigate adding eCargobikes to the pool of vehicles available √ – – Scope all Council buildings with car parks…

Halton Borough Council

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… of the new Halton Leisure Centre Completion by 31.9.24. Divisional Manager Property B8 As part of the Council’s approach to hybrid working undertake a building rationalisation review March 2023 Divisional Manager Property 13 FLEET TRANSPORT Action to be taken Time frame for Delivery Council Lead F1 Undertake feasibility studies for charging infrastructure and the introduction of low…

… carbon emission vehicles at all Council sites that operate fleet vehicles / plant & machinery. December 2023. Divisional Manager Transport F2 Continue the rollout of EV charging infrastructure. 2022/2026. Divisional Manager Transport F3 In line with the current vehicle replacement cycle, phase out combustion engine fleet assets. 2022/2035 Subject to alternatively fuelled asset…

… benefits from the transition to Net Zero. 2023 Business Improvement & Growth Team H4 Explore options to address Empty /void homes. 2022 - 2040 Operational Director Regeneration 15 ENVIRONMENT SERVICES Action to be taken Time frame for Delivery Council Lead ES1 To explore opportunities to help develop the Borough’s ‘green infrastructure’ through the creation of a diverse forest…

… Divisional Manager - Environment Services ES3 Appoint Project Lead Officer. Establish project parameters and develop a Project Action Plan. 2022-2023 Divisional Manager - Environment Services ES4 Commission studies to identify potential suitable sites, including public and private locations through consultation with landowners, and carry out other 2022-2030 Divisional Manager…

… Lead PL1 Through the Local Plan, the Council will seek to support the deployment of low carbon solution will seek to build and expand on this. (Halton Local Plan Policy GR5). Develop guidance for developers. Summer 2023 Divisional Manager Planning PL2 Through the Local Plan, the Council will support the protection enhancement and expanding infrastructure (including but not exclusively…

Kent County Council

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… have developed a comprehensive Net Zero action plan (PDF, 127.2 KB). We will monitor our progress towards the Net Zero target every 3 months with the data available in the quarterly performance report. More detail of our current performance can be found on our climate emergency performance page. Action so far Since 2010 (up to March 2023) we have reduced our greenhouse gas emissions by 79…

…%. This includes reducing emissions from: highways lighting by 87% buildings we own by 67% fleet fuel by 76% claimed business travel by 40%. This latest set of data to March 2023, includes the reduction in emissions due to actions and investment by us and the changes in emissions from national energy supplies. This data also reflects the changes to the way we have been working since the coronavirus (COVID…

…-19) pandemic, with significantly less business travel and a reduction in the use of our buildings. As we look to the future, we will continue to develop our plans for more flexible ways of working that continue to reduce our impact on the environment. Emission type 2010 (tonnes) To March 2023 (tonnes) Difference between 2010…

… and March 2023 (tonnes) Highways lighting 29,928 4,027 -25,901 Buildings we own 19,979 6,499 -13,480 Fleet fuel 3,396 816 -2,580 Business travel 4,907 2,944 -1,963 Total 58,210 12,253 -45,957 Our Traded Services have achieved a reduction of 33% in greenhouse gas emissions up to March 2023, compared to a baseline year…

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