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London Borough of Brent

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… to address this issue with a positive and collaborative agenda, ensuring that the carbon neutral transition is fair for all. We will work to build on existing partnerships with other councils and partners across London to increase our impact and create new partnerships with key communities and sectors in Brent through the establishment of the Brent Environmental Network. Tackling environmental…

… wherever possible with the London-wide ambitions set out in the London Councils’ Transport and Environment Committee & London Environment Directors’ Network (LEDNET) Joint Statement on Climate Change, and the London Councils’ Green Recovery Plan. • Retrofit London • Low-carbon development • Halve petrol and diesel road journeys • Renewable power for London • Reduce consumption emissions • Build

… to continue to build this sector and support this economic model of operation as a key mechanism for tackling the climate and ecological emergency. ‘Green’ jobs are ultimately considered to be the jobs of the future. The council will support the growth of the circular economy, working with both local and West London partners on creating pathways into green jobs in the local area. We will also work…

… as possible will be more energy efficient, be powered by renewable sources and be resilient to future adverse weather events caused by climate change – and we will do all in our gift to achieve an average rating of Energy Performance Certificate B in directly owned council stock. The Issue: The energy used to power and heat Brent’s homes and non-domestic buildings represents a combined total 78…

… of issues that should be prioritised over the next ten years. We also know from surveying housing tenants within the council’s housing stock in recent years, just how important energy efficiency is as a priority issue. 16,000 households in Brent are also thought to be in fuel poverty, equating to nearly 14% of Brent households. This is the fourth worst figure across London. Tackling energy…


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