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London Borough of Haringey

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… to a minimum. All new Council buildings designed and constructed during this time will also be required to be zero carbon on site. This is already being designed into new buildings and planned to be delivered on sites such as the new council depot at Marsh Lane, and the redevelopment at Osborne Grove Nursing Home. The Council will also show leadership by developing a Waste and Recycling Strategy…

… to work and live in for our borough. This is set out in the Action Plan, under the lobbying asks. 4.5 The Council will demonstrate leadership by becoming a net zero carbon organisation ahead of the borough target. The Council has set this date as 2027 for the core council operational buildings, and all transport related activities Page 4 of 15 undertaken by the Council

… Change Action Plan is framed around six chapters which are supported by the objectives and actions underneath them. These are:  The Council’s Carbon: this sets out how the Council can move to become a net zero carbon organisation, addressing carbon associated with service delivery and operational front-line buildings. By reducing the Council’s operational emissions as quickly as possible…

… workspace units;  Council assets and Civic Centre improvements (£23m over 5 years) to deliver improvement in these key civic buildings, which will include carbon reduction measures; and,  Council housing energy efficiency programme (£101m over the next 10 years) – which will improve the energy performance of the Council’s housing stock. There is also a general low carbon funding stream…

…. Net Zero Carbon Council 6.19 To show leadership to the borough and as a responsible organisation, the Council is recommending bringing forward the organisational date for net zero carbon ahead of the wider borough. This is because the Council is in control of its estate and can directly manage its operational carbon. Having reviewed the Council’s operational buildings and the plans for new…


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