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Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council

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… working at the sites, hold ISO140001 environmental accreditation or have other appropriate environ- mental safeguarding strategies in place. Raising awareness locally will be a key objective and we will provide educa- tional events for the public on sites across the borough that relate to nature, wildlife, biodiversity and its importance. In addition we will continue to core fund Medway Valley…

… to be carbon neutral by 2030” and for a strategy to be de- veloped to support this ambition. This strategy sets out our commitment to local action on climate change, our commitment to biodiversity protection and enhancement and our approach to partnership working. The strategy takes us to 2030, however meeting the challenges and deliver- ing on the aspirations within the strategy will be driven forward…

… to prepare and adapt to climate change and ensuring that spaces and habitats are well adapted to a changing climate. We will also protect and enhance native species and habitats, promoting opportunities for environmental management and enhancement. Sustainable Development The Council has a key role in ensuring that new housing and development in the borough is as sustainable as possible. Planning…

… K ey D ri ve rs  Major developments will, where practicable and proportionate, provide op- portunities for habitat creation (draft policy LP19), and where possible maximise opportunities for net biodiversity gains on site (draft policies LP27-31) Su st ai n ab le D ev e lo p m e n t  New dwellings will be required to make provision for an electric vehicle charging point…

… and encourage the use of sus- tainable travel options and be early adopters of strategy documents aimed at improving air quality, including the KCC Energy and Low Emission Strategy. Habitats and Biodiversity In addition to key outdoor leisure sites, the Council has two country parks (Haysden and Leybourne Lakes Country Park) both of which have been awarded Green Flag awards. We produce management plans…

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