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London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

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… change and this increase in the number of properties at risk of flooding. LBRuT is very susceptible to surface water flooding, such as the summer 2007 flooding The borough is vulnerable to surface water flooding which could cause disruption to transport (road closures, speed restrictions and lane restrictions) and damage to property. Surface water flooding is regularly contaminated with sewage…

… and property, including risks of flooding, water shortages and the effects of overheating. Our key target is to be fully prepared for flooding. LONDON BOROUGH OF RICHMOND UPON THAMES - CLIMATE CHANGE SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY 2019-202417 OUR COUNCIL: BECOMING CARBON NEUTRAL AS AN ORGANISATION BY 2030 Our Ambition We will embark on a radical change programme that encompasses our buildings, services…

… heating systems run to match office peak occupancy hours • Have Display Energy Certificates (DEC) to show the public how well the building is performing year on year and as a means of auditing building performance. We will review all buildings that we currently lease to ensure that we are using energy efficient properties and will develop a long-term plan for reducing emissions and improving…

… the energy efficiency in Council owned properties which we currently lease to or are used by other organisations/tenants. We will continue to work to replace all our street lighting with LED and also use photo-electric control unit (PECU) arrays which will accurately calculate energy consumption. We will deliver £11m of improvements to our street lighting across the borough. We will develop local…


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