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Royal Borough of Greenwich

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…, we’re proud that we’re already: • building low carbon homes • creating safer routes for walking and cycling • creating controlled parking zones to discourage car use • installing electric vehicle charging points • planting thousands of extra trees • procuring 100% green electricity • setting up a partnership of businesses and local organisations to help reduce emissions across…

… the borough • Increase the number of residential electric vehicle charging points in the borough and assess business charging needs Programme development • Reduce car parking spaces and increase cycle parking • Introduce a borough-wide controlled parking zone • Reduce speed limits to 20mph on appropriate major roads • Create new and improve existing cycle network infrastructure and walking…

… Emission Neighbourhood (LEN) in west Greenwich used a mixture of ‘smart technology’ and tried-and-tested techniques to reduce transport emissions and make the area a more people-friendly neighbourhood. • Match-funding from the Mayor of London has enabled us to spend £2 million on projects such as an electric vehicle car club pilot scheme and more electric vehicle charging points. • We…

… are making streets more friendly for pedestrians and cyclists and running a scheme to encourage people to walk and cycle. • The Council has also made progress in starting to convert its own fleet to Zero Emissions Vehicles. As of May 2020, the council’s fleet contains 11 electric vans and 20 electric charge points have been installed at its main operating depot to allow greater…

… DR AF T 4 Figure 3 Baseline and projected CO 2 emissions in Greenwich Graphic to be redesigned This includes spending on heating system conversions and energy efficiency improvement works on housing (approximately £350m for Council housing only) and other buildings (approximately £25m for public sector buildings), electric and low emissions vehicles along with vehicle charging


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