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Burnley Borough Council

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…: Lancashire County Council 3. National and Local Policy Emissions Targets 3.1 Successive governments have taken steps to limit the UK’s emissions of greenhouse gases through legally binding targets. As part of an international effort the UK has been signed up to the Kyoto Protocol since 1995 and in 2016 ratified the Paris Agreement. 3.2 The 2008 Climate Change Act committed the Government

… The Government has committed to a ten- point plan for a green industrial revolution2. This includes ambitious targets and major investment into industries, innovation and infrastructure that will accelerate the UK’s path to net zero by 2050. To date the Government has confirmed that offshore wind will produce more than enough electricity to power every home in the country by 2030 and the Prime Minister…

… has given a commitment that all electricity generated will come from clean energy sources by 20353. Petrol and Diesel Vehicles 3.4 In November 2020 the Government announced that it will bring forward a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans, from 2040 to 2030. The measures were also adapted to include a ban on hybrid cars from 2030. Plug-in-Hybrids are exempt from this ban…

… until 2035. Building Regulations 3.5 The Building Regulations set minimum standards for many aspects of construction of new buildings and certain alterations, including energy efficiency. 3.6 In December 2021 the government introduced changes to the Building Regulations (Part S), effective from 15 June 2022 to require the installation of infrastructure (charging points and/ or cabling…


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