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Ribble Valley Borough Council

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… of the Council’s work that may be directly affected by climate change  Emergency Planning - for example, increases in one off events requiring use of resources and community buildings for emergency accommodation as the result of flooding.  Spatial Planning - designing in climate mitigation and adaptation matters. Considering shortage of water in summers and excess water in the winter.  Built…

…).  Established a baseline of electricity and gas consumption from Council buildings and provided a number of actions to considerably reduce energy usage and make financial savings.  Implemented an energy management policy to monitor the Council’s bills and meter readings.  In 1997 the Council took the forward-thinking approach of installing motion sensors in the Council Offices to control…

… include:  improvements to the building fabric  higher efficiency heating systems  use of alternative/ renewable energy sources for heating for example Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs) Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs), solar thermal, solar PV or additional biomass capacity Only small improvements can be made to insulation at the council offices and depot. Museum and Platform Gallery…

… - Met Office 6 Local Context - Ribble Valley 6 Figure 2: Climate Change in the North West of England 6 Aspects of the Council’s work that may be directly affected by climate change 7 CARBON FOOTPRINT 8 Ribble Valley’s Carbon Footprint – emissions in the borough area 8 Figure 3: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy 2018 breakdown of CO2 emissions for Ribble Valley 8…

… environment - risks of subsidence – will need to ensure that foundations are “future proofed” to deal with extremes of ground moisture levels. Increase in dangerous buildings and trees, through storm, flooding and weakened foundations. Increases in retro fitting of buildings to deal with extremes of temperatures. Wet weather leading to increases in dampness and adverse living conditions.  Public


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