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Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

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… to use pool bikes, e-bikes and zip-cars for business travel, reducing the use of private vehicles for in-work journeys. Staff also benefit from a cycle to work scheme, enabling them to purchase a bike and safety equipment through a salary sacrifice scheme. 29.The Council is recommissioning its fleet to lower emissions vehicles, it has already upgraded the mayoral car to an electric vehicle

… leadership team. 65.The Climate Emergency Officer Steering Group will: a. consider actions that could be implemented, including (but not restricted to): i. renewable energy generation and storage ii. enhancing electric vehicle infrastructure and encouraging alternatives to private car use iii. increasing the efficiency of buildings, in particular to address fuel poverty iv. proactively…

… less carbon per mile c. Encouraging people to drive more slowly and accelerate less 25.41% of Kingston residents use public transport, walk or cycle to work, compared to a national average of 26.6% and a London average of 46.2%. Electric Vehicles 26.Electric vehicle use continues to increase. RBK has a target to deliver 100 new EV charging points across the borough by 2022…

…, and is recommissioning Neighbourhood Ranger vehicles and the Council’s Housing fleet to lower emissions vehicles. 30.The Total Facilities Property Management contract vehicles have a partially electric fleet and produce monthly idling reports for their vehicles and drivers. Key linked strategies a. Ultra Low Emission Vehicle policy, strategy and action plan (2018) b. Local Implementation Plan 3…

… the current processes, contracts and priorities in place to consider how our work can contribute further to our sustainability agenda for example looking at options for rewilding; introduction of more natural areas to support pollinators; sustainable drainage schemes, use of electric vehicles and equipment and reduction in vehicle movements, for example, by introducing on site composting. 52.Other…


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