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Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council

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… in the Greater Manchester Five-Year Environment Plan. Wind energy generation will be considered, as well as opportunities for community energy projects across available land and non-domestic stock. New building development will move towards zero carbon before 2028, targeting the reduction of fossil fuels and growth in the use of renewable and clean electricity. Aligned with the actions…

… by Bolton Vision Partners by 2024. Two megawatts of renewable energy projects from community energy projects. Baseline TBC 10,042 Property portfolio building energy 19,516 Fleet vehicles 2300 F-Gas refrigeration emissions Tbc (So Far) Total CO2e - 21,816 Baseline to be established. TBC 0 0 Base Year 2021 2018/ 2019 2018/ 2019 2022 2018/ 2019 2018/ 2019 2018/ 2019 Cross Cutting…

… the actions that got most support: • There was overwhelming support for all the measures outlined in the consultation with the suggestion of planting trees, providing more green space and re-wilding being the most popular (93%) These were your top priorities where you think Bolton can make a difference and take action: • Renewable energy generation from solar and wind • Planting more trees…

… and use of local planning policies), the push towards zero carbon development and support for community renewable energy projects. Achievement in this pillar will be measured by the level of awareness of climate change issues and the perception of change among people in Bolton. Homes, Communities and Wellbeing There will be improvements to social housing to ensure that they meet minimum…

… and investment in Bolton, including buildings, public spaces and infrastructure, will make a key contribution to our aim of achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2030. Key priorities in this area will be: • Making decisions on asset management and development, including private development, that take into account the council’s targets on climate change, maximising local renewable energy


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