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Newcastle-Under-Lyme District Council

Direct link to climate strategy (PDF)

… the environmental issues facing our communities and businesses and in particular with key partners such as Staffordshire County Council and Keele University. waterless urinals at Jubilee 2 and flush controls in the town centre public toilets. • Across our offices we are ‘Digital by Default’ and discourage unnecessary printing. Travel and Transport • We are currently accessing Highways England funding…

… to install rapid electric car chargers at strategic points which are easily accessible to the general public. • We operate a cycle to work scheme and offer bike loans to employees. • We’re working in partnership with the transport authority (Staffordshire County Council) to develop cycling and walking infrastructure for the Borough. • We are trialling an electric scooter pilot for Newcastle Town Centre

… will give access to the town centre and wider countryside. We are committed to keeping Newcastle under Lyme clean, green, attractive and sustainable. Our teams already undertake a huge amount of work to ensure that we honour this pledge and below we give examples of some of that work. Recycling, waste and resource management • Recycle More - from July 2020, as part of the new recycling service…

… on the roofs of the shelters in the bus station. School’s Planting Scheme, Newcastle-under-Lyme Castle House and Queens Gardens, Town Centre • We work with partners such as Staffordshire Wildlife Trust and the Environment Agency on sub-regional projects such as SUNRISE, to protect and enhance local wildlife assets and create a connected network of green infrastructure. • We will work…

… of the long established Newcastle in Bloom initiative, including a high profile town centre and gateway public art programme, designed to raise awareness of our local natural environment. • We manage 4 Local Nature Reserves with a diverse range of habitats, and encourage other recreational uses which can take place in harmony with nature, to maximise opportunities for people to interact…


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