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Vale of Glamorgan Council

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transport options for the region and implement taxi charging points as well as a future network of car park and bus charging points. • Work with developers to ensure new business, leisure and housing developments plan appropriately for transport needs and encourage behaviour change. 14 • Increase active travel (walking and cycling) and improve the transport infrastructure

… the amount of carbon produced from our kitchen equipment. Transport • The Council had £3.44million within the S106 account at 31st March 2020 committed to sustainable transport i.e. walking, cycling and public transport infrastructure, with schemes being programmed in a number of areas including Dinas Powys, Wick and Rhoose. • All relevant planning applications are required to be accompanied…

… with Cardiff City Region to explore opportunities to promote and develop clean growth hubs capitalising on Barry as a dock and maximising renewable energy potential. Achieve a modal shift away from cars to more sustainable forms of transport with an increase in walking, cycling and the use of less polluting transport. • Work within the Cardiff Capital Region to improve public

… zero emissions by 2030 and explore ways to maximise local benefits of these actions in other sectors such as employment, health, agriculture, transport and the economy. Since then, we have continued to make changes across the organisation and to embark on ambitious projects to reduce our carbon emissions and to send a clear message that we must all work together to adapt to and mitigate…

… the effects of climate change. We have an opportunity to change and to make a difference and we are bringing all of this work together as Project Zero. We will work with the community and our partners to make the necessary changes, focusing on energy, waste, food, buildings, transport, land use and procurement. Our key target is to reduce the Council’s carbon emissions to net zero by 2030 but we…


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