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Perth and Kinross Council

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… and expanding the network of Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Points. The Council also has within its powers more deterrent measures, such as parking restrictions and parking pricing controls. The new Transport Act provides an opportunity to support climate change action for local communities with powers including actions on workplace parking, and public transport enhancement. Climate change and air…

… of travel, with the following alternatives available to Council employees: - LiftShare Scheme, E-Bikes trial events, Cycle to work Scheme. (Action T9 – Appendix 2) vi) Public Transport The Council invests in the region of £2.1m per year in the subsidised local public transport network throughout Perth and Kinross Council area. This provides around 1.88 million miles per annum, over and above…

…-17_UK_local_and_regional_CO2_emissions_tables.xlsx 12 | P a g e Using transport as an illustration: Emissions Transport Actions Council has direct control Deciding to change Council Fleet from petrol/diesel to electric or other low carbon vehicles Council has influence Taking measures such as parking charging policies, subsidising local bus transport, and encourage local residents to use alternative forms of transport

…. Of this, the Transport sector accounted for 48%, Domestic sector 27% and Industry and Commercial 25%, as shown by Figure 11 and 12. Figures 10 and 11 - CO2 emissions within the scope of influence of Perth & Kinross Council (by Sector) Figure 11 shows that for CO2 emissions within the scope of influence of the Council, although emissions from industry, commercial and domestic sources are reducing…

… 0 1 4 2 0 1 5 2 0 1 6 2 0 1 7 k t C O 2 Sector CO2 emissions estimates 2005-2017 (kt CO2) Industry & Commercial Domestic Transport Industry & Commercial 25% Domestic 27% Transport 48% Sector share of CO2 emissions 2017 Source: Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy…


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