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London Borough of Haringey

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… being designed into new buildings and planned to be delivered on sites such as the new council depot at Marsh Lane, the redevelopment at Osborne Grove Nursing Home and the residential new build at Edith Road. After 2027, the final stage will be to switch energy suppliers from carbon fuels (grid electricity, gas, diesel) and fund the purchase of green energy. This may include green electricity…

… in lower energy bills and more control over thermal comfort at home and at work. All households will live in homes that are warm in the winter and cool in the summers; homes that are desirable, warm, and affordable to run. Local energy generation is widespread and usage can be tracked, increasing awareness. Photovoltaic (PV) solar panels power Council buildings, homes and businesses…

… and powers to achieve this. This is shown through actions such as the Council’s operational buildings becoming Net Zero Carbon by 2027, and increased action to improve the take up of active travel options. Although nationally the UK Government are aiming to become zero carbon by 2050, the Council believes this is too late to act. By 2050, the borough and beyond could be experiencing catastrophic…

… reduction within a shorter timeframe. The Council has set the date for a zero-carbon council at 2027. This will include core council operational buildings and all transport-related activities undertaken by the Council in the delivery of core services. The rest of the buildings from which the Council delivers services and is directly responsible for the energy bills (such as leisure centres…

…, libraries and schools) will be net zero carbon as soon as it is possible. To bring this forward, the Council will publish a work plan for each building or site by the end of 2021, setting out how this can be achieved. To support this, the Council will require new council buildings to be zero carbon on site from the date of adoption of the Action Plan. Alongside these measures, the Council


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