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North Lanarkshire Council

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… of more energy efficient homes as well as tackling household behaviour. The council, as a local authority and a social landlord, has a strategic responsibility to domestic energy efficiency, fuel poverty and climate change. New Build Council Housing All council housing developments through the Affordable Housing Supply Programme meet the Building Standards Sustainability Level of Silver…

… date. Table 1 - Carbon Footprint 2015/16 (Baseline) 2015/16 Carbon Emissions (tCO2e) Stationary 74,509 Waste 35,759 Transport 6,806 Total 117,075 Carbon Indicator: Carbon emissions per FTE employees 9.1 Current Footprint The council’s estate is under continuous change as the council looks to improve the efficiency and use of its buildings, whilst improving…

… (Aspects 1 & 2) in order to maximise on available Scottish Government funding. As part of the site planning/brief development process, renewable energy sources are assessed in terms of site suitability, costs and benefits. The council new build to date have achieved on average a ‘B’ rating (SAP rating 80+). Since March 2016 EPC documents have indicated SAP ratings between 86(B) and 91(B…

… agenda in Scotland has gained momentum and has witnessed an increase in policy development and activity for both domestic and non-domestic buildings. Reducing carbon emissions continues to be a key priority for the council. The Carbon Management Plan is an integral part of the Environment Strategy which brings together separate but related strategies, policies and plans to ensure a one council

… in achieving the national carbon reduction targets. This carbon management plan focuses on council projects and activities that will be delivered during 2019-2022. The success of this plan relies on the co-operation and engagement of senior managers, employees and elected members. Everyone within the organisation has a responsibility to reduce carbon emissions in their daily work activities…


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