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East Dunbartonshire Council

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… waste (with the exception of occupiers of domestic properties) to take all reasonable measures to apply the waste hierarchy and take all reasonable steps to ensure waste is managed in a way that promotes high quality recycling. The Waste Hierarchy is set out in Article 4(1) of the Waste Directive. 18 Social Maximising Opportunities to Promote Health and Wellbeing Reducing health…

… and increasing. They include the cost to public authorities of damage to infrastructure and resulting pressure on service delivery; to householders and the insurance industry of flood and storm damage to property; to business as a result of impacts on premises and transport networks; and to agriculture, which must cope with crop damage as a result of flood and drought and the reducing abundance…

…: habitat protection and enhancement was undertaken to provide water attenuation, protect homes, offer opportunities for exercise and recreation and improve the potential of the area for inward investment. In protecting properties from flooding, it will also save future costs. • There are opportunities for new links to be made. Protecting the environment involves finding new ways to provide…

… flood mitigation scheme at Colquhoun Park in Bearsden illustrates how Council services can work in partnership to enhance the local natural environment in a way that delivers social and economic benefits by providing recreational opportunities and helping to protect local properties from flooding. The Council has also carried out significant work on East Dunbartonshire’s lowland raised bog; Green…


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