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Cheltenham Borough Council

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… attractive than using a private vehicle, which gives the opportunity for entrepreneurial innovation, with leadership from the private sector. Cheltenham can draw on its hydrogen experience here. Simultaneously, the Council will put in place policies that enable the movement to zero carbon public transport, working with National Rail, the Highways Agency, Gloucestershire County Council and other…

… interested parties. Particular focus will need to be paid to vehicle owners with long replacement cycles, such as bus operators. The Climate Action Fund could be a useful tool here, along with other incentives following Oxford City Council’s model. Incentives to move public transport to zero carbon modes will need to be effective, so that all modes are zero carbon by 2025 as required. 16…

… storage and charging infrastructure in Council owned car parks • Moving the base of fleet operations to a Net Positive depot • Rolling out a zero emission fleet • Planting one million trees The roadmap to eliminate the Borough carbon footprint includes action on leadership, engagement, energy, transport and buildings. The net result of this will be to reduce Borough emissions from…

… Background 5 Carbon neutrality 8 A Letter from the Future 12 Today 14 Ambition 17 Carbon Neutral Council 18 Carbon Neutral Borough 23 Roadmap 24 Leadership 25 Engagement 28 Energy 29 Transport 31 Buildings 33 Resources and Capacity 35 Critical Success Factors 37 Programming 40 5 5 Background Nestled between the Severn Valley and the Cotswolds…

…, but there is a need to go further and faster. Historical emissions for Cheltenham Borough (1000s t CO2e)11 This trend provides an excellent position from which to push for future reductions. This is supported by public opinion in the Borough, which has been consistent in vocalising a desire for Cheltenham to invest more in climate-friendly initiatives like green spaces, renewable energy and public


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