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Chichester District Council

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… tens of thousands of trees across the District. · Schemes to decarbonise existing homes through energy efficiency and on-site renewable energy generation, including grant-funded improvements. · A new Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan. · Actions to decarbonise the council’s buildings and to transition to electric vehicles. 1. The plan in detail The plan is split into three parts: 1…

… the Pagham and Medmerry reserves, and have constructed a cycle way linking Pagham with Medmerry. Bikes can be hired at RSPB Pagham and Chichester Marina. The Manhood Peninsula Partnership (MPP) has been working to progress ideas about tourism and visitors to the peninsula with the Green Links across the Manhood (GLaM) group, a subgroup of the MPP. There is no local incentive scheme to encourage green…

… financial incentives for decarbonisation activities to businesses via its eBiz newsletter. As employees started to return to work after the summer Covid-19 lockdown, businesses were reminded of the Cycle to Work schemes that encourage cycling and e-biking and the green travel scheme Easit through the eBiz newsletter. The Wellbeing team at CDC also gave a fresh push to the Council’s own Cycle to Work…

… are involved in a wide range of key groups such as the Women’s Institute, ChiCycle and other walking and cycling groups. c) Use existing social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to have conversations around environmental themes. d) Identify websites or mobile phone applications that can be used by individuals to understand their carbon footprint and how it can be reduced. e) Launch…

…. It is also committed to helping ensure the highest quality experience for visitors. Visit Chichester encourages visitors to try to reduce their impact on the area by supporting local businesses during their stay, by utilising public transport where possible, or exploring by bicycle, on foot, or even horseback, and it will be supporting opportunities to increase car-free movement around the district…

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