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London Borough of Newham

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… Newham’s flexible eligibility criteria to access free loft and cavity wall insulation for households living in energy inefficient properties. We have also taken key steps in making our council owned housing more energy efficient. This has included replacing old- style sodium lamps with efficient light-emitting diode (LED) lighting in communal areas of blocks of flats to reduce energy consumption

… on London Borough of Newham’s energy consumption, our new energy contracts will also save around £1.75m over three and half years.6 We successfully bid for a £2.7m grant through the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme to help decarbonise our corporate headquarters, Newham Dockside. The grant is linked to the installation of energy efficient LED lighting, solar panels, and an environmentally…

… by our partners are also ambitious. We will be starting a programme of energy-efficient retrofit across Council properties and using the landlord licensing scheme to address poor energy management and standards in the Private Rented Sector. We also are exploring an innovative retrofit scheme that would incentivise owner-occupiers to invest in making older homes more energy efficient. WHAT WE…

… carbon emissions at our Dockside headquarters. PROCUREMENT, ESTATE MANAGEMENT, AND PENSIONS - A GREEN APPROACH TO OUR SPENDING AND INVESTMENT POWER 15 Newham’s Climate Emergency Annual Report 2020-2021 With a quarter of Newham’s CO2 emissions coming from domestic energy use, developing green, sustainable homes for the future is one of our most important goals. This includes reducing…

… on the bold, innovative design and planning to promote greener living. WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED IN THE LAST YEAR: Fuel Poverty We have worked to improve the energy efficiency of domestic properties and reduce fuel poverty. We have formalised links with a fuel poverty referral network SHINE, funded by Greater London Authority. This gives free energy advice and visits to Newham residents. It sets out…


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