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Westminster City Council

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… of energy improvement measures, and have started discussions across the city about how best to target improvements in buildings, whether through redevelopment or retrofitting. This is why our new City Plan and Environmental Supplementary Planning Document will be critical in supporting more environmentally sustainable development outcomes. The ambitious level of change required to meet our target…

… and reduce the carbon emissions associated with their operations. Introduce standardised performance measurement and transparency requirements for commercial developments to report on operational energy performance beyond the five years stipulated in the new London Plan. Encourage greater accountability for emissions through a new Westminster Sustainable City Charter, a shared commitment…

… Street to achieve a BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating – the UK’s first BREEAM Outstanding listed building. The conversion of the former hotel into apartments incorporated ventilation with heat recovery, rainwater harvesting, solid wall insulation, vacuum glazing and solar thermal energy • Somerset House aims to be a best-practice arts and cultural centre with a focus on environmental sustainability

… collective action to reduce their carbon emissions and help to shape a thriving, sustainable local economy. Buildings and energy New developments meet net zero carbon standards and emissions from existing buildings are significantly reduced. Westminster's energy supply comes from affordable, low carbon sources. Movement and places Transport emissions and air pollution are minimised through…

sustainable and active travel. Our green streets and open spaces absorb carbon, build climate resilience and improve health and wellbeing. 3. INTRODUCTION Burning fossil fuels and other human activities have caused greenhouse gases including carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide to increase significantly in the atmosphere. This process causes the earth’s atmosphere to trap more heat, making…


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