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Chichester District Council

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… tenants. Start 2022 and then ongoing Climate Change Officer working with Growth and Culture teams in relation to data from CDC tenants. Andrea Smith, Climate Change Officer, Sarah Peyman, Divisional Manager, Growth and Place Services, Kevin Gillett, Valuation and Estates Manager. 2.2 Area-wide processes CDC’s own carbon emissions are small compared to the area’s as a whole. The achievement…

… and support others to reduce theirs. On-going The components will work together to provide on-going channels through which both individuals and organisations can work together to reduce carbon emissions in the District to develop and implement their own ideas. More detail is given below. 2.3 Working groups It is evident that there are already a number of partnerships, working groups and fora…

… will play a major role in reducing the area’s emissions. Other habitats such as wetland can also be established to act as carbon sinks. However, land-owners and land managers may be uncertain how to proceed due to health and safety and biodiversity considerations and a lack of knowledge of the wide range of funding sources available. In response Chichester City Council organised a Tree Summit…

… mechanisms for offsetting residual GHG from new developments. In addition to this proposed fund, CDC has secured funding from Homes England in relation to the Graylingwell development in the District. The developer Linden/Downland Graylingwell LLP has committed to pay into a fund an amount of money in proportion to the carbon dioxide emissions that the Graylingwell development is estimated to produce…

… Preface By Councillor Penny Plant, Cabinet Member for the Environment and Contract Services, Chair of Chichester District Council’s Environment Panel Dear reader, Climate change is an issue that touches every aspect of our lives: the homes that we live in, how we get from A to B, how we shop, how we spend our leisure time. There is no area of our lives that does not have an impact on carbon emissions


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