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Cheshire East Council (Unitary)

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… environment, climate change mitigation, renewable energy, flood risk management, and natural resources. The Council consulted on its draft SADPD during Autumn 2019 and is undertaking a further review because of the significant number of representations received, and this may require a further round of public consultation prior to its submission to the Secretary of State for examination…

… transport and travel, and compare with national trends. OFFICIAL 21 May 2020 6. PROTECT AND ENHANCE OUR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT Our natural environment provides us with multiple benefits including improving air quality, conserving biodiversity, reducing flood risk and capturing carbon. It contributes to our ‘Quality of Place’ and enables people to enjoy the outdoors contributing…

… sea levels and extreme weather patterns. The impact of extreme weather is being felt at a local level also, whether it be the impact on homes and businesses from increased incidents of flooding or the impact on the elderly and vulnerable from extreme heat. The Climate Change Act 20082 introduced a legally binding target for the UK to reduce greenhouse gases by 80% by 2050 against a 1990…

…-wide activity to improve water quality, natural flood management, re-naturalisation and tranquil enjoyment of watercourses and waterways. • Thriving nature – creating and safeguarding well-connected networks of habitats. OFFICIAL 22 May 2020 • Working alongside major infrastructure – integrating green infrastructure into major new infrastructure projects and retrofitting…


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