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London Borough of Lewisham

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… to transport infrastructure where comparator data was not available. The table below shows these costs. The estimated costs broadly reflect the analysis of where the borough’s carbon emissions come from. Just over 50% of the investment needed, £843m, relates to private housing. Social housing and Lewisham Homes accounts for a further £393m. In the systemic change scenario £167m spend is forecast…

… Review opportunities for trial of a fully electric 1.5 tonne van and a fully electric refuse vehicle. 2020/21 ££ Director of Environment 1.3.6 Set a baseline for current staff travel by transport mode. Promote active travel and the use of public transport as the default option for all work journeys except where there is a legitimate reason. Extend use of team oyster cards and for journeys…

… 22 Sustainable Housing: our ambition and the challenge we face City living is low carbon living. Higher densities of housing provide a sufficient population to support extensive and diverse public transport

… 2020 3 Introduction by the Chief Executive, Kim Wright Index Section One: Context p4 Introduction p4 Evidence Base p6 The Benefits of Action p9 Section Two: Action Plan p11 Leading by Example p12 Sustainable Housing p22 Decarbonised Transport p34 Greener, Adaptive Lewisham p40 Inspiring, Learning and Lobbying p45 Section Three: Delivery P51 Annex…

… twenty-eight London boroughs had made a similar declaration, with the majority setting the same target as Lewisham. While local authorities do not have direct control of the majority of local emissions, they deliver a range of regulatory and strategic functions in key sectors such as housing and transport and have significant influence in their roles as community leaders, major employers, social…


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