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London Borough of Hillingdon

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… improvements. • Higher efficiency heating and cooling systems within a range of buildings and facilities • Council Housing properties: loft and cavity wall insulation, upgrades through reactive works upgrading inefficient communal lighting to LED and reducing the energy demand for homes. Schools and community centres: major refurbishment and new building work leading to higher energy standards…

… in our buildings is not considered to be a renewable source of energy. To compensate for this, we must install low carbon or zero carbon heating sources in as many council owned buildings as possible. Where there is a residual element of fossil fuel leading to carbon emissions, we will mitigate that amount of carbon elsewhere. We will do this using either our own green space or renewable assets…

… adaptation and mitigation action plan. C6.2 To put in place a water efficiency strategy for all Council operations (such as green space watering, depot operations and corporate buildings) then monitor, record and report year on year savings. C6.3 To ensure the council’s flood resilience and management work incorporates a changing climate and that the council’s own land and property decisions…

… position 12 4. Taking action 15 5. The strategic objectives 15 - C1 Community leadership - C2 The council’s own operations - C3 Building better places - C4 Using and producing clean and green energy - C5 Waste management - C6 Climate change adaptation and mitigation - C7 Carbon offsetting - C8 Sustainable transportation - C9 Transparency, communication and reporting 6. The action…

… of other community objectives. The council has further capability to offset, through existing carbon sequestration in our woodlands and tree planting activities. If any carbon remains to be offset by 2030, the council will investigate the most viable method which supports investment within the borough. Where we do not have direct financial or operational control over energy, such as council housing


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