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Vale of Glamorgan Council

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… the amount of carbon produced from our kitchen equipment. Transport • The Council had £3.44million within the S106 account at 31st March 2020 committed to sustainable transport i.e. walking, cycling and public transport infrastructure, with schemes being programmed in a number of areas including Dinas Powys, Wick and Rhoose. • All relevant planning applications are required to be accompanied…

transport options for the region and implement taxi charging points as well as a future network of car park and bus charging points. • Work with developers to ensure new business, leisure and housing developments plan appropriately for transport needs and encourage behaviour change. 14 • Increase active travel (walking and cycling) and improve the transport infrastructure

… the biodiversity forward plan and raise awareness about the importance of nature and wildlife • Replace lost trees and promote tree planting across the Vale including working with owners of large areas of land. • Improve existing and create more green and blue spaces through Council led schemes, s.106 funds and new transport schemes. • Work with local communities to increase the number…

… with developers to develop zero carbon buildings. • Create more energy efficient buildings through planning policy. • Require all new and significant developments to implement appropriate sustainable drainage system (SuDS) to appropriately manage surface water, water quantity and biodiversity. • Use S106 agreements to invest in environmental and sustainable transport measures. • Work…

… with Cardiff City Region to explore opportunities to promote and develop clean growth hubs capitalising on Barry as a dock and maximising renewable energy potential. Achieve a modal shift away from cars to more sustainable forms of transport with an increase in walking, cycling and the use of less polluting transport. • Work within the Cardiff Capital Region to improve public


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