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Cotswold District Council

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… to minimise householder running costs, new ways of doing agriculture than emphasise local supply chains, and green infrastructure investments. Others will be jobs associated with renewable energy generation, building a network of electric vehicle changing points, building a network of safe and attractive cycle routes, and all the associated economic benefits / cost savings that would come…

… recovery, the report highlights five clear investment priorities: low-carbon retrofits and buildings that are fit for the future; tree planting, peatland restoration and green infrastructure; strengthening energy networks; improved infrastructure to make it easy for people to walk, cycle, and work remotely; moving towards a circular economy. Many of these priorities relate as much to Cotswold…

… the climate crisis; enhanced biodiversity was central to the City’s overall ‘net zero’ vision along with more cycling, walking, and public transport, and far fewer cars; the buildings sector should adopt improved building standards, widespread retrofitting, and more domestic and non- domestic energy needs should be met by sustainable sources…


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