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Three Rivers District Council

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…% of residents have access to a car compared to 74% nationally. Three Rivers District Council is keen to encourage the switch to more sustainable transport modes such as walking, cycling and public transport (passenger transport reduces carbon emissions by about 58% for each trip) which will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, congestion, noise and air pollution, and improve health and wellbeing…

… in accordance with the Council’s Solid Waste Storage/Collection Guidance. • Encourage consideration of sustainability in small scale building extensions, renovations and retrofits. • Require the provision of sustainable transport infrastructure in new developments. • Support off-site manufacturing of residential or commercial construction. 16 Efficiency of Existing Buildings Aim…

… plant. • We process garden waste products in to compost and have an annual compost giveaway for residents. • The local walking and cycling strategy has helped develop and create safe, efficient and accessible transport networks in the District to encourage sustainable transport. • The Better Buses Programme provides essential local bus services which up to 2020 had replaced nearly…

… carbon emissions. 18 Sustainable Travel and Air Quality Aim: Enable and encourage journeys made by sustainable transport modes to reduce carbon fuel reliance, improve local air and environmental quality and promote sustainability. Hertfordshire is the second most densely populated county in England and the County with some of the highest vehicle ownership levels in the country. 87…

…, through our updated Walking & Cycling Network, by building new paths and upgrading existing paths, promoting routes to key local destinations, installing strategic infrastructure (including comprehensive cycle parking and other support facilities like Cycle Hubs), and creating promotional events with external partners. • Continue to develop, promote and improve passenger transport


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