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West Oxfordshire District Council

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… of increasing carbon storage in soils and plants and developing long-term carbon sequestration is a way of reducing the effects of climate change. Adaptation is the act of developing new approaches and strategies to reduce and manage the negative effects of climate change. For example: reducing the impacts of flood risk from sea level rise by constructing seawalls as flood defence. Principles…

… as a requirement of the Area Action Plan (AAP). ● increasing standards for new development, including major and minor, new and refurbishment applications. This will be done by requiring applicants to submit a Sustainability Statement demonstrating how they will meet the Council’s Sustainability Standards Checklist in planning and design for: Water use and flood risk, Biodiversity, Green and Active…

… are performing in operation. ● supporting the appropriate siting and development of strategic solar photovoltaics (PV) and renewables, for a local transition to clean energy. ● growing capacity and resource for collaboration on projects with Catchment Partnerships and the Environment Agency to ensure flood-risk and water management is appropriately considered as part of the decision-making process…


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