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Wiltshire Council

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… Homes and the Built Environment New buildings need to be net zero carbon as soon as possible, using less energy and running on low carbon sources of electricity and heat. Existing buildings need to be retrofitted along the same principles. All buildings also need to be able to cope with the impacts of climate…

… for retrofitting buildings, £1.3 billion for developing electric vehicle infrastructure and £5.2 billion for new flood and coastal defences. During the pandemic the government has made a range of climate-related announcements although some expected national strategies were delayed. National policy changed rapidly in the run up to the United Nations Climate Summit, known as COP26, held in Glasgow…

… Low carbon heat source – air or ground source heat pump, hydrogen boiler or district heating Cavity or solid wall insulation Underfloor insulation Double, triple or secondary glazing on windows Energy efficient lighting and appliances Tree planting to create shade, cooling and biodiversity Wiltshire Climate Strategy 2022 - 2027 Electric vehicle How we build new homes and retrofit

… by example with our ten year council home retrofit scheme and pilot of zero carbon builds Adaption and Nature based solutions Energy efficiency and micro-generation Transport Waste New development should include biodiversity net gain and wider links to a network of green spaces 19 Transport The UK Government’s recent Net Zero Strategy builds on the Transport Decarbonisation Plan which…

… the new built environment of Wiltshire, and our new Local Plan is aiming to set out policies for building to net zero carbon standards within the constraints of the national planning system and housing market. However, it is not just new buildings that need to be net zero because they make up a very small proportion of all buildings in Wiltshire. We also need to retrofit existing buildings…


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