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Runnymede Borough Council

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… Plan. Runnymede’s 2030 Local Plan is compliant with these regulations. The Council is mandated to report all current greenhouse gas emissions to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. There are no other regulatory requirements on local authorities specific to climate change. Therefore, from a regulatory perspective, the actions identified in the strategy…

… includes four climate change-related policies. They relate to the use of decentralised, low carbon and renewable energy, managing flood risk, flexible, multiple use design and sustainable construction and demolition. Cutting paper use ● Introduction of Hybrid Mail: reducing our paper based postal delivery needs. ● Launch of e-invoicing: Online self-service administration, reducing paper usage…

…. ● Introduction of Paperless administration of committee meeting documents Reducing power and energy ● Decarbonisation of the Council’s power supply by 58 per cent against the 2009 baseline. ● £4m grant funding secured to combat fuel poverty and fund installation of renewable energy / sustainable heating in residents’ homes. ● All existing social housing properties owned by the Council…

… power supplies ● The Hythe Centre plus Woodham, and New Haw Day Centre are fitted with solar panels. Magna Square: EPC A-rating including solar controlled glazing, low energy internal lighting, wastewater heat recovery system, thermal insulation, high thermal mass soffit boards and low water use fixtures. Addlestone One: mixed EPC rating A – C, District Heating System, intelligent energy

… the overall plan by making most efficient use of the Council’s strengths in diverse and specialist knowledge to deliver specific projects. Funding To meet the challenges set out in this strategy will require funding from central Government. The Council will seek to make maximum use of any opportunities to bid for funding, working with partners like Surrey County Council and the Local Enterprise…


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