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London Borough of Redbridge

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… solar electricity panels on a number of schools and buildings across the borough since 2015, generating 724,573 kWh per annum in 2020/2021. This energy was used to supply local schools and council housing REDBRIDGE GO GREEN GRANTS CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN | June 2021 p14 PROPERTY AND ENERGY On our developments we have; included the installation of solar panel on all new council

housing developments since 2015 completed three houses in 2018 built to meet Passivhaus levels of thermal comfort, a performance-based set of design criteria for very low energy building. This is the first of any tenure in Redbridge committed to deliver 600 new council homes whereby site-specific analysis has been undertaken to identify opportunities to connect to District Heating Systems…

… Facilities etc. Install Building Management Systems (BMS) across 36 Corporate sites. Jun-21 Switch to a green electricity tariff across the controlled elements of the building stock. Oct-21 Subject to feasibility switch to a green electricity tariff across the Vision estate. Oct-21 From 2022, commit that all new non-residential Council buildings (i.e. Community Hubs, Schools and Leisure Facilities…

… Support low income households to retrofit approximately 250 buildings to EPC C. Sep-21 Switch to a green electricity tariff across the controlled elements of the housing stock. Oct-21 Undertake a stock condition survey to understand the EPC rating of the council’s housing. Dec-21 Through retrofit projects, bring a further 5% of housing stock up to EPC C each year. Mar-22 CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION…

… with local residents represented the start of the council’s journey. These conversations enabled us to understand the great work being undertaken across the country, borough, and, organisation, and, opportunities to build on these. Both in the work of the Growth Commission and our efforts to become recognised as a child-friendly borough by UNICEF, we have heard that climate change is a priority…


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