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West Lothian Council

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… out how each segment of the building stock needs to change to meet national objectives, including achieving zero greenhouse gas emissions in the building sector, and the removal of poor energy efficiency as a driver of fuel poverty; identify heat decarbonisation zones, setting out the primary measures for reducing emissions within each zone, with a view to these zones…

… to be delivered to a new home to meet the heating demand to the best levels practicable. We also have to ensure that demand for heat in our housing stock is as low as possible, to meet our fuel poverty obligations and to protect consumers from high energy costs and cold homes. The Scottish Government are reviewing the energy standards which are included in Building Regulations. These will improve…

… and sustainable place to live and work, and that the Council’s agreed carbon reduction targets are already being exceeded.” UN Sustainable Development Goals The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and improve the lives and prospects of everyone, everywhere. These were adopted by all UN Member States in 2015 as part of the 2030 Agenda…

… interventions for early years 3 Minimising poverty, the cycle of deprivation and promoting equality 4 Improving the quality of life for older people 5 Improving the employment position in West Lothian 6 Delivering positive outcomes on health 7 Reducing crime and improving community safety 8 Protecting the built and natural environment Council Priorities Climate Change Strategy West Lothian Council…


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