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London Borough of Barnet

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… Microsoft Word - Citizens' Assembly recommendations - Full Report (1).docx Report of Barnet Citizens’ Assembly Barnet has declared a climate emergency. What more can we do together to make Barnet more sustainable, now and in the future? Barnet Citizens’ Assembly 2023

… Suru Dawn Marc Nick Teresa Franco Barnet Young People’s Assembly 2023 With thanks to: Alexi Ibukun Omar Chloe Ifeaniyi Snnehal Daniel Jaida Suraya Daniel Jasmine Taran David…

… together 60 randomly selected residents aged 12-90 from the London Borough of Barnet between February and May 2023 to develop recommendations in response to the question: Barnet has declared a climate emergency. What more can we do together to make Barnet more sustainable, now and in the future? 40 residents aged 18+ participated in a citizens’ assembly (30 hours), and 20 residents aged 12-17…

… in Barnet and beyond, aided by presentations and interactive activities (see page 13 for more detail about the process). The Assembly will report to Barnet Council’s Cabinet in June 2023. The council and its partners will act as a connector, enabler and influencer to plan and take action on the recommendations to support the reduction of emissions. They will continue to work together with assembly…

… to make Barnet more sustainable now and in the future. All meetings were held in-person at Middlesex University Hendon Campus. They were run by 2 lead facilitators, 6 small group facilitators and support staff. Meeting 1 - Tuesday 21 February 2023 (2.5 hours) In this introductory meeting, Assembly Members were introduced to the citizens’ assembly and its background, purpose and goals…

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…

… 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…

… or in a recognised local carbon offsetting fund. Actions to deliver this commitment to be reviewed in 2023/24. Link to carbon market development (see Funding Strategy) Liaise with WPD 31/12/202 4 2025 [££] To be incorporate d in MTFS after 2025 once the residual carbon emissions are established 2 D e ca rb o n is in g C o u n ci l T ra ve l 2 52 .8 t C O 2 e b…

… Warwickshire needs to be considered to understand the future requirement of the Power Grid and to provide the information to the available at, or close to, places of work DNO at the earliest opportunity Develop a green travel plan in association with the relocation to new office buildings 2022 2023 Sustainable Transport Travel Officer Nil (but once plan developed proposals…

Bromsgrove District Council

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… low carbon fuel for Council diesel fleet. 50 Environmental Services Total Estimated annual CO₂ savings (These are already included in the current net zero target) 374 Top five future actions: Measure Estimated annual saving in tonnes CO₂ Service area Target Completion Date / Review Date Assess further low carbon fleet fuel options. 349 Environmental Services Review Spring 2023, completion…

…/2023 for completion of some funded schemes Set up a rolling programme of works to improve energy efficiency/ renewable generation in the buildings with the highest consumption. 48 Legal, Democratic & Property Services Ongoing - October 2022 for the next applications to the Salix funding scheme Implement Recommendations of the 2020 Energy Saving Trust report into decarbonising the Council’s…

… applicable By when All service areas to have email footers promoting carbon saving and resource reduction. n/a April 2023 Update our website more regularly with news on carbon reduction in addition to regular e-mail newsletters and a refreshed social media policy. n/a Quarterly updates - ongoing Develop a Communications Plan to promote biodiversity and land management actions within the authority. n…

… the type of fuel used in its fleet vehicles in order to build on work commissioned from the Energy Savings Trust to assess the current fleet and provide guidance. 349 Ongoing – long term options to be considered when current trial of vegetable oil based fuel is concluded in 2023 The Council will also look to use a standardised method of assessing co-benefits to help inform investment decisions…

… in the future. n/a Ongoing Work with the Growth Hub to signpost businesses to available funding in order to stimulate and grow the green economy within the district of Bromsgrove. n/a Meeting between economic development team and Growth Hub to be arranged by April 2023 Cross reference Leisure and Culture Strategy with this document to assess scope for further decarbonisation projects. n/a Ongoing 8…

Gloucestershire County Council

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…% canopy cover by 2030 and a Net Zero county by 2050. o Phase 1: Development Dec 2020 – Jan 2021. Developing and agreeing the roles and accelerated delivery approach with Gloucestershire Local Nature Partnership (GLNP) constituent partners. o Phase 2: Trees for landholders/tenants 2020-2023. Get significant numbers of trees planted and lay the foundations for a longer-term relationship…

… with landholders/tenants. o Phase 3: Scaling up the approach 2021-2023. Develop and put in place measures to help deliver 20% canopy cover by 2030 by securing land and significant funding for tree planting, woodland creation and ongoing maintenance and support. Action Plan 2021/22 to 2026/27 18. Our five year outline plan for medium and long term Climate Change actions are listed by theme in Annex 3. 19…

…. The Woodland Trust (WT) has approved the council’s (GCC) Expression of Interest bid to the pilot Emergency Tree Fund to go forward to a ‘Development Phase’, aiming to plant 360,000 trees by 2023 and fund coordination; a spatial planting and natural regeneration plan; and mechanisms to secure land and funding for large scale planting and natural regeneration. GCC has earmarked £230,000 as match funding…

… as follows:  £230,000 Gloucestershire Tree Strategy implementation, 2020-2023, including £100,000 Community Tree Planting, March 2021.  £100,000 School Streets programme, underway.  £250,000 Community & small business grants – this has been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, as many groups and small businesses would be unable to develop funding bids. It is hoped to launch these in early…

… was reported to GCC’s Environment Scrutiny Committee and the Gloucestershire Economic Growth Scrutiny Committee. It is scheduled to go to cabinet for approval in January 2021 and to County Council for adoption in March 2021. 9. Tender a contract to install over 200 new electric vehicle charging points by 2023, as part of a county-wide Electric Vehicle (EV) Strategy. The EV strategy has been…

St Albans City and District Council

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… Sustainability and Climate Crisis Strategy Our Phase 1 approach to tackle the climate crisis and create a more sustainable District (2020-2023) Page 2 Contents Foreword from Chief Executive 3 Joint Statement from the Political Parties 4 Introduction 5 People Power - We are all in this together 6 Getting to Net Zero 8 Climate…

… Theme 5: Nature and Food 35 Theme 6: Water and Climate Change Adaptation 39 Appendix 1: Sustainability and Climate Crisis Action Plan (2020-2023) 42 Theme 1: Governance and Leadership 42 Theme 2: Energy Use 44 Theme 3: Transport and Air Quality 48 Theme 4: Waste 52 Theme 5: Nature and Food 54 Theme 6: Water and Climate Change Adaption 56 Appendix 2: Climate Crisis Action Plan - Phase 1 (2020…

…-2023) 58 Reducing Corporate Emissions 59 Reducing Community Emissions 63 Page 3 Joint statement from St Albans District political party group leaders On 10 July 2019 we as a Council voted unanimously to declare a Climate Emergency. We all recognise, such is the gravity and severity of the climate crisis we are now facing, that the only way to avoid irreversible and catastrophic damage…

… revision of this plan will take place in 2023, this will ensure our plan is current. Progress towards the commitments in this Strategy will be monitored regularly via the Climate Crisis Response Working Group (CCRWG) and the Community, Environment and Sport Scrutiny Committee (CESSC). The CCRWG may seek further discussion if it has concerns about a project’s or policy’s consistency with this plan…

… will need to significantly ramp up our efforts and ensure we are taking emissions into account as part of every decision we make. This strategy sets out where we are now, where we want to get to (net zero), and how we are going to get there in the first phase to 2023. To ensure we are on track, we will strive towards the following intermediary targets: 51% reduction by 2021/22 (on 2008/09…

Westminster City Council

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… in to renewable energy infrastructure launched our Responsible Procurement Strategy to put greater emphasis on sustainability within supplier contracts delivered over 1500 electric vehicle charge points across the borough Read the full report below: Document Climate Emergency Action Plan, 2022 summary PDF, 6.27 MB, 24 pages In 2023 we will bring…

… by 2023, launch an expanded 'Green Homes’ advice service to provide direct support to residents, prioritising the vulnerable and those in fuel poverty, to help improve the energy efficiency of their homes and cut energy costs lobby central Government for further resource to support wholescale retrofitting of Westminster’s buildings Clean and affordable energy Image…

… are: in 2022, develop and agree a Clean Energy Strategy for the Pimlico District Heat Undertaking (PDHU), and for our social housing estate by 2023 by 2030, deliver our PDHU and social housing estate Clean Energy Strategies, achieving significant carbon savings by 2023, undertake a feasibility assessment of clean and renewable energy opportunities across Westminster to inform a Local Area Energy Plan…

… London Authority targets inspire residents, communities, and organisations to increase tree planting on private land in support of the ‘Queen’s Green Canopy’ campaign for the Platinum Jubilee in 2022 by 2023, undertake an assessment of Westminster's green and open spaces to inform a Green Infrastructure Strategy by 2023, develop a Climate Adaptation Plan, based on an understanding of climate-related…

London Borough of Merton

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… Infrastructure Story Map Discover how we’re preparing for a greener future through our Sustainable Infrastructure Story Map, which pinpoints our solar panel installations, cycle hangars, EV charging points, green infrastructure and air quality monitoring equipment situated across the borough. Climate Progress Year 3 of delivery (2023) Merton’s Climate Delivery Plan for Year 3 In February 2023, we…

… approved Merton’s Climate Delivery Plan Y3, which sets out what action we are taking to support Merton's Climate Strategy and Action Plan in its third year of implementation (2023). Full delivery plan Resident summary report Resident summary report accessible version…

… Useful climate action resources and guidance - 2023 Year 2 of delivery (2022) Climate Action Group Merton’s Climate Action Group made huge progress in 2021. In November 2021, Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) funding was allocated to a number of relevant community-led projects (e.g. The Wheel: a local circular economy hub for Merton) for delivery in 2022. To date, officers…

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London Borough of Merton

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… the  2030 Council Target page. Sustainable Infrastructure Story Map Discover how we’re preparing for a greener future through our Sustainable Infrastructure Story Map, which pinpoints our solar panel installations, cycle hangars, EV charging points, green infrastructure and air quality monitoring equipment situated across the borough. Climate Progress Year 3 of delivery (2023) Merton’s Climate…

… Delivery Plan for Year 3 In February 2023, we approved Merton’s Climate Delivery Plan Y3, which sets out what action we are taking to support Merton's Climate Strategy and Action Plan in its third year of implementation (2023). Full delivery plan Resident summary report Resident summary…

… report accessible version Useful climate action resources and guidance - 2023 Year 2 of delivery (2022) Climate Action Group Merton’s Climate Action Group made huge progress in 2021. In November 2021, Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) funding was allocated to a number of relevant community-led projects (e.g. The Wheel: a local circular…

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King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council

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… investment in clean technologies. The goal is to reduce emissions by 180 million tonnes of CO2e from 2023 to 2032, with £12billion of investment announced to fund this plan. Funding decarbonisation is also reliant on expected private sector finding, totalling three times the Government’s proposed investment. Policy areas highlighted for investment and decarbonisation are as follows: 1. Advancing…

… alternatives. Open Space / Transport Manager 2021 onwards tbc 9. Implement one pilot council electric vehicle, subject to action 5. Open Space / Transport Manager 2021 - 2023 £26k 5 10. Current proposed council EV charger installation. Open Space / Transport Manager 2021 - 2032 £19k 6 11. Install EV chargers, in line with demand and fleet electrification, and in conjunction with available…

… for the summer months. ICT 2022 - 2023 tbc Scope 3 Transmission & 18. Re:fit Part 2 to increase Solar PV provision to offset increased ASHP & GSHP consumption. Property Services / Alive West Norfolk 2021 - 2022 £3.8m 8 5 Based on average UK non-luxury EV car cost. Further funding for the rest of the fleet will be required. 6 Initial quote for two pod-point twin charging units. 7…

… 2022 - 2050 tbc Business Travel 22. Conduct a grey fleet review through the Energy Saving Trust. Policy & Personnel 2022 - 2023 n/a 23. Develop and produce a council business travel plan, to support working arrangements. Policy & Personnel 2023 - 2025 n/a Contractor Travel (Refuse Collection) 24. Start joint council contract with Breckland and South Norfolk. Potential refuse…

…. Crematorium / Commercial Services 2021 - 2023 tbc 31. Investigate memorial park/garden options. Crematorium / Commercial Services 2021 - 2023 tbc 32. Investigate future tree planting options associated with development. Open Space / Planning 2022 - 2023 n/a 33. Conduct a canopy cover and tree stock assessment for council owned land. Open Space 2022 - 2023 £10k - £70k13 34. Develop…

Dumfries and Galloway Council

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… the target. Figure 8 shows the emissions for the council operations, with emissions reductions resulting from significant decarbonisation to 2025. -2,000 -1,000 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 kt CO2e Residential energy use Commercial and Industrial energy use Dumfries and Galloway Council Waste Transport - motorway Transport…

South Gloucestershire Council

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… climate action plans. South Gloucestershire was ranked in the top 10 plans in the country. You can read our: Climate Emergency Strategy Climate Emergency Action Plan – year 4 (2023 to 2024) Climate Emergency Action Plan – year 3 (2022 to 2023) Cabinet report for year 3 (13 December 2021…

… about what we should focus on delivering for maximum impact between now and 2030. This report was produced by the South Gloucestershire Climate Emergency University Advisory Group and has been used to inform the development of our Year 4 Climate Emergency Action Plan 2023/24. Climate and nature We have been working with our strategic partners and the wider community to tackle climate…

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Allerdale Borough Council

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… Climate Change Action Plan 154.9 KB You can also read each section via the links below. Climate Change Action Plan Update - March 2023 The final summary report for Allerdale Bororugh Council's Action Plan to Address Climate Change can be found below: Download the Climate Change Action Plan Update - March 2023

… Climate change action plan: in summary Climate change action plan: activity list Allerdale Borough Council Climate Change Action Plan Greenhouse Gas Emissions Cumberland Council On 1 April 2023 local government in Cumbria changed, with Cumberland Council…

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Ashfield District Council

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… vouchers Outdoor recreation & sports Sports Pitch Application 2023/2024 season Sports pitch site information…

…) PSPO Ashfield District Council 2021 Public Spaces Protection Order 2023 Abuse & safeguarding Child sexual…

… Kirkby in Ashfield parking Jacksdale parking Huthwaite parking Parking Order Consultation 2023

… Private Sector Renewal strategy 2021 to 2023 Affordable housing delivery strategy 2021 to 2023

Wyre Council

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… 1 Climate Change Strategy January 2023 – DRAFT 2 Contents Foreword ...................................................................................................................................... 4 Introduction…

… to implement low carbon actions locally. - In 2023, the Environmental Improvement Plan was created to build upon the statutory targets within the Environment Act 2021. This includes a plan on how to best work with landowners, communities and businesses to support nature restoration and reduce pollution. Local legislation: - Local authorities are committed to a statutory…

Ceredigion County Council

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… is crucial part of this process - it helps to save money on energy, whilst also allowing the Ceredigion to lead by example in reducing the risk of dangerous climate change. Ceredigion County Council (CCC) worked with the Carbon Trust in 2018 in order to develop their carbon management (2018-2023). This Carbon Management Plan commits CCC to a target of reducing CO2e by 15% between 2018 and 2023

… sector carbon neutrality Wellbeing of future generations act Ceredigion County Council CMP 2018/19 | 11 1.2 Our low carbon target The target of a 15% reduction in scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2023 from the current (2017/18) baseline of 8,649 tCO2e has now been set. We are confident that the reduction can be made with the right actions and funding. Details of which can be found…

…. Project Year 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23 Total Costs -£884,200 -£2,646,361 -£404,000 -£744,000 -£2,200,000 Table 4: Year by year capital costs The cost of implementing the projects in this plan has been estimated at £6,878,561 by 2023, of which £3,440,561 has already been allocated from existing capital budgets. The sources to fund the remaining projects have yet to be confirmed…

…, savings and cash flow If all the projects are implemented as planned it would result in estimated reduced energy costs of £448,847 per annum by 2023, based on 2017/18 prices. The overall payback period of the projects in this plan is approx. 15.3 years. Whilst this payback time is longer than the lifetime of the plan (considering implementation will not commence until late 2018/ early 2019…

…), it reflects the duration of a substantial number of projects outlined in the plan. These projects will provide cost and carbon savings well beyond 2023 and will payback their capital investment over this longer time period. It should be noted that the analysis in the tables included in this section does not account for inflation and all figures are shown at today’s prices. If inflation were included…

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council

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… (see Action 3.12) and planning for residential retrofit projects. 1.11 Promotion and delivery of Low Carbon across the South East (LoCASE) project – a scheme providing grant funding to SMEs to improve energy efficiency, reduce carbon, grow their low carbon business and develop innovative low carbon products or services. Low Low Q3 2021 – Q2 2023 Businesses supported. Modelled…

… carbon reduction New Action. Scheme launched in September 2021 and running until June 2023 2. Buildings: Action number Action Council emissions Borough- wide emissions Emissions reduction Indicative Cost Timescale KPI/ measure of progress 21/22 Update 2.1 Procuring renewable energy (electricity and green gas) through our existing LASER framework…

… to cost and explore powering leisure facilities using renewable energy High 300 tCO2e for electricity TBC Q1 2021 – 2023 Agreement reached Measured CO2 reduction Contract provider procures REGO-backed renewable energy for leisure supply contract. 260 tCO2 saving this year based on market-based emissions reporting. Wider audits as part of Action 2.5. 2.3 Ensure office…

… and advice at pre-app stage Current applications are required to meet the requirements in the existing Local Plan, however, additional measures are being investigated. Wherever the council has an opportunity to exert influence then higher standards are being sought 2.11 Promoting and encouraging implementation of the ‘Manydown Standard’ within the Manydown High High 2023 onwards…

… efficient properties so also works to tackle fuel poverty within the borough. 2.15 To support consortia bid for ‘Sustainable Warmth’, the latest round of Green Homes Grant funding. If successful, to promote within the borough and maximise reach among our residents Medium Low Q1 2022 – Q1 2023 No. of installations within the borough New action for 21/22. If successful, scheme…

Waverley Borough Council

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… ACTIONS – 2020-2023 ................................................................................................... 25 MEDIUM TERM ACTIONS 2024-2026 .................................................................................................... 33 LONG TERM ACTIONS 2027-2030 ........................................................................................................ 35…

… CO2 reduction for 2030 target 2020 23.6% 33% 2021 35.1% 40% 2022 43.8% 47% 2023 51.3% 53% 2024 57.8% 60% 2025 62.8% 67% 2030 81.9% 100% 2035 91.2% 2040 95.7% 2045 97.9% 2050 99% Table 1. Recommended area wide CO2 reductions Carbon Neutrality Action Plan – V10 Final 13 Organisational targets Waverley’s ambition is to become a carbon neutral council…

… in order to strengthen our planning policy requirements for sustainability by 2023.  Ensure that explicit advice is provided to developers, consistent with our carbon neutral goal.  Produce an Asset Management Strategy which will present a decarbonisation path for our existing council stock by November 2021  Ensure that all new council homes be carbon neutral by 2030  Adopt a new…

… housing L Lobby ££££ Very High - £1M + Enabling Lobbying Mitigating Potential borough wide reduction - Yet to be quantified Effective strategic planning and development management Improving the health and wellbeing Short Term Actions – 2020-2023 Key focus area No Actions T a rg e t d a te C o u n c il ’s ro le In d ic . C o s t C a rb o n im p…

Ashfield District Council

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… vouchers Outdoor recreation & sports Sports Pitch Application 2023/2024 season Sports pitch site information…

…) PSPO Ashfield District Council 2021 Public Spaces Protection Order 2023 Abuse & safeguarding Child sexual…

… Kirkby in Ashfield parking Jacksdale parking Huthwaite parking Parking Order Consultation 2023

… Private Sector Renewal strategy 2021 to 2023 Affordable housing delivery strategy 2021 to 2023

Chesterfield Borough Council

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… together. The council is taking this problem very seriously and declared a climate emergency in July 2019.Our first Climate Change Action Plan covered 2019 to 2023 and included forty-five specific, measurable actions that we have focussed on and has led to a reduction in the organisation’s emissions by about one third. Building on this work we have developed a new Climate Change Strategy which…

… guide us towards our target of becoming carbon neutral organisation by 2030.   Climate Change Strategy  You can download a copy of the Climate Change Strategy 2023 to 2030 and the current delivery plan below. .width1 { width:65%; } .width2 { width:35% Climate Change Strategy…

… (PDF 4.48 MB) Climate Change Delivery Plan 2023-2024 (PDF 166 KB)   More information about climate change If you have specific questions you can contact us on climate@chesterfield.gov.uk. We publish a quarterly newsletter about climate change, you can sign up to receive this on our…

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Brighton and Hove City Council

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… City Council declared a Climate and Biodiversity Emergency in December 2018 alongside an ambition for the city to be carbon neutral by 2030. The council’s corporate plan, “Our plan 2020 to 2023 – a fairer city, a sustainable future” sets out a series of priorities, including to take all action required to make our city carbon neutral by 2030. A Programme produced in partnership…

… on climate change and energy; and learning and best practice from other cities and partners. Responding to these challenges is complex and dependent on many factors. The CN2030 Programme runs until 2030. Most actions in the current programme focus on the period to 2023, and there are some longer-term actions that are less detailed. Key issues for future development are: • Refining estimates…

… for climate action • Developing the circular economy especially in the construction industry • Solutions for scaling up energy efficiency retrofits for private housing • Understanding the carbon footprint of consumables such as food and clothing. This Programme will be reviewed in 2023 in line with the council’s Corporate Plan for 2020 – 2023, which aims to deliver a fairer city…

… solar panels on council buildings and modernisation of street lighting. With BHCC’s current capacity of installed Solar PV and planned investment, it is forecast that the proportion of the council’s electricity self-generated by Solar PV will increase from 1% in 2018/19 to 14% by 2023/24. Figure 4 - Potential BHCC greenhouse gas reduction by sector by 2030 Figure 5 – Brighton & Hove City…

… is a coordinated programme of projects that aims to continue and accelerate the city’s transition to carbon neutrality by 2030. Timescale As the bulk of action will need to take place in the short term, this Programme focuses on the period to 2023, with less detail on the remaining period to 2030. Some projects are indicated for further development over the next few years. The plan is structured over…

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