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Cumbria County Council

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Local Plans All six District Councils and two National Park Authorities produce individual local plans for all types of development (besides mineral and waste). Each Local Plan sets out a strategy of how the Council will encourage development throughout the District Borough. The Plans describe the planning policy including what types of development and where, and how the developments should…

… be implemented. A common refrain through each document is the attitude towards climate change and emissions, with a consensus to reduce CO₂e emissions through better energy efficiency and adoption of low-carbon technology. 1.3.3 Cumbria Wind Energy Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPD) (2007) The Cumbria Wind Energy SPD (July 2007) is a local plan that offers guidance towards the development of wind farms…

development framework. The study found that the total onshore potential capacity in Cumbria was 4.5 GW whilst the existing and planned capacity at time of writing was just over 295 MW. Deployment projections forecasted that 606 MW of renewable energy could realistically be deployed within the county by 2030, with commercial wind making up half of this. The potential annual generation figure of 1,861 GWh…

… shifts in policy/strategy will be required to reach the targets and implement the assumptions. 1.4 Project Drivers The drivers for this work include: Climate emergency - in addition to the need for reduction of energy use and investment in renewable energy highlighted in the individual Local Plans, four out of six District Councils in Cumbria2 have declared a climate emergency, stating that attention…

… District National Park, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Arnside and Silverdale, North Pennines and Solway Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 1.3.4 Cumbria Renewable Energy Capacity and Deployment Study (2011) The Cumbria Renewable Energy Capacity and Deployment Study (August 2011) was produced to provide an evidence base to support the implementation of renewable energy with regards to local


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