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London Borough of Wandsworth

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… emissions, is included at Appendix B. 13. Work on carbon emissions reductions from buildings is led by Property Services with support from other council teams, including Finance. As highlighted in the report to Environment Committee in November 2022 (Paper 22-336), a Decarbonisation Strategy which sets out the path for decarbonising the corporate estate, a major source of carbon emissions…

… to pedestrians, develop EV infrastructure on off-street locations including on council owned properties such as at leisure centres and parks, to develop EV infrastructure for social housing estates and to staff the programme through income arising from EV charging infrastructure. Currently, there are 907 public chargepoints in Wandsworth with 215 lamp column chargers delivered in 2022 and 125 fast…

… of the borough’s carbon emissions come from domestic energy use, meaning that supporting residents to take action to reduce energy use and move away from fossil fuels to heat and power their home is a key area to tackle. Funding from central government for Green Homes Grant has enabled work to place improving those properties that have poor energy efficiency and household incomes of under £30k. Phase 1b…

… make. 39. Work by Housing and Regeneration teams in decarbonising the Council’s housing stock of approximately 33,000 properties has continued in 2022, with a recent report taken to both the Environment and Housing Committees in November 2022 (Paper 22- 337) highlighting the progress made. A stock condition survey which is currently underway with results to be provided early 2023 will provide…

… been approved and Thinking Works have begun work to target those living in the most deprived areas of the Borough. 41. The Council has also sought to bring in additional funding to progress work to improve energy efficiency in council properties. Using ECO3 funding, the contractor Warmfront installed cavity wall insulation to 22 blocks and three houses (170 tenanted and leasehold properties


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