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London Borough of Haringey

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… reduction within a shorter timeframe. The Council has set the date for a zero-carbon council at 2027. This will include core council operational buildings and all transport-related activities undertaken by the Council in the delivery of core services. The rest of the buildings from which the Council delivers services and is directly responsible for the energy bills (such as leisure centres

…. This will include schools, libraries, leisure centres, depots, adult centres, and children’s centres, as well as the Council and Homes for Haringey’s offices. However, it will not include Council homes, which are covered separately by this Action Plan. Each one of these buildings will have an individual plan setting out the measures required, and the cost of delivery to get the building to zero carbon. We…

… and leisure centres). Start to deliver measures based on the local business cases. By 2022 Carbon Management This will be picked up as it is a requirement secured in the new energy contracts. All new Council corporate building projects to be zero carbon or carbon positive on site. And that the Council’s New Ways of Working (NWOW) incorporates carbon reduction as a key objective. From 2021…

… and operations. In 2008 we undertook our first Carbon Reduction Plan and since then we have reduced our emissions by 36% compared to 2005 levels1. The 2008 Plan set out a strategic and planned approach to reducing carbon emissions from our estate and operations. The Plan targeted the areas of the Council’s activity which contributed most to our carbon emissions (e.g., swimming pools and leisure

centres, car parks, the vehicle fleet, offices, and community centres). Since Haringey’s First Annual Carbon Report in 2011, the Council has undertaken a multitude of climate initiatives. The key measures delivered through the Plan included: Æ 38 solar PV systems installed on the roofs of Council schools, housing and corporate sites, which generated 380,000 kWh of electricity in 2019/2020…


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