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Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

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… significantly. Risk of death in heat waves (t) Severe water restrictions during droughts which could be put in place under a worst case scenario (e.g. standpipes) could pose access difficulties for vulnerable populations (t) Increase in summer energy costs for cooling (t) Increase in demand for social services supporting community care for vulnerable clients in heat waves (t) Reduced

… for potential problems. This information needs to be recorded and the information acted upon. Costs will arise from the survey but greater finance will be needed to ensure that the gullies and grids are cleared with 19 appropriate frequency. Some civils work may be needed to ensure efficient drainage to prevent flooding and icing. The costs of these works would vary considerably…

… they are as resilient as possible to projected climate change to cope with extremes of temperature or subsidence caused by extremes of temperature that may be experienced during their lifespan conditions. Both are expensive to purchase but the highest costs are the labour that is necessary to spread the materials 20. New buildings to have high water efficiency standards e.g. by meeting Code…

… for Sustainable Homes (CSH) and BREEAM standards To ensure new homes are water efficient Existing Planning/Building Control Ongoing Yes 21. Explore the opportunities for provision of covered outdoor play areas and improved social spaces for children and young people To ensure children and young adults are protected from the risks associated with climate change and extreme weather…

… in climate (especially the more vulnerable members of the community) As above Proposed Communications Ongoing No. Small cost implication 42. Introduce a programme of retro- fitting water efficiency measures to existing buildings in addition to incorporating them into new developments (it is estimated that 70% of buildings that will be in use in 2050 are already built and in use now…


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