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Westminster City Council

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… of which 40% are rented, 31% are owned and 26% are socially rented. This includes 20,931 social housing properties of which 57% of residents are tenants and 43% are leaseholders1. As most homes are not managed or owned by the council, community action is essential to meet net zero by 2040. The energy used in these homes accounts for 15% of the city’s emissions, higher than those from road transport…

… area. Launch an interactive web page for residents to share projects, ideas, best practice and experiences. Support residents to improve the energy efficiency of their homes and reduce energy use. Support and drive energy improvements in privately rented homes, focusing on the worst performing properties. Encourage and empower tenants to report landlords of rental properties with poor…

… a new waste strategy. 1 Census 2011 8 9 Organisations and economy Emissions from non-domestic buildings represent a high proportion of our emissions and tackling enegy consumtion and fuel usage will be vital in tackling climate change. The large number of listed buildings and significant conservation area coverage pose large challenges for the city as it seeks to reduce energy use

… of the buildings they own, maintain or occupy, and reduce their energy use. Establish working groups, shared sources of information, best practice guides and funding resource guides to help businesses navigate and implement the necessary changes. Run an information campaign to help tenants understand why action is needed and promote positive behaviour change. Explore green clauses in lease terms…

… capacity for renewable energy technology such as solar energy than other London boroughs. Installation is made difficult due to the number of listed buildings and conservation area status of much of the city. However, the density of energy use makes it a favourable location for the development of heat networks and waste heat from the tube and locally linked high-consumption sites provide significant…


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