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Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

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… the particulate matter generated from tyre and brake wear, and the lower speeds and cleaner air create a safer, more pleasant environment which in turn encourages more people to walk and cycle. In Autumn 2019, the Council will be consulting on a proposal to implement a 20mph speed limit on all roads across the borough, with the exception of private roads and those under Transport for London’s (TfL…

… carbon emissions from the heating (and in some places, cooling) of local buildings. Kingston Council has successfully applied for £50,000 from an ERDF energy fund distributed by Greater London Authority to engage a civil engineering consultancy to draft a detailed feasibility study of the Hogsmill wastewater treatment plant owned and operated by Thames Water. The aim is to inform and make…

… to enable progress to be measured. There may be some costs associated with this baseline, but by working with other boroughs across London the Council is aiming to minimise these costs. Legal Implications 74.There are no legal implications arising from this Report. Legal Services will be consulted on future proposals arising from this Report as they are progressed Risk Assessment 75…


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