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London Borough of Croydon

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… Croydon Metropolitan Centre as a leading location for the low carbon economy. Investment in commercial infrastructure is also of importance to ensure the growth of the low carbon economy. The main aim of the Waste Action Plan is to reduce waste to landfll and increase the borough’s recycling rates, ensuring that the landfll allowance targets are met. Croydon will endeavour to follow the aims set…

… of Croydon Council, includes Exec Director Planning, Regeneration and Conservation, Director of Streetscene and Waste Management, Director of Needs and Renewal, Director of Economy and Sustainability, Head of Environment and Sustainability. Strategy Groups (meets every 6 weeks) South London Waste Partnership Strategic Transport Board District Energy Programme Board Adaptation Environment…

… travel and waste management and aims to co-ordinate marketing activity at a strategic level. A communications and marketing action plan is included in this document with the goal to develop a communications strategy through which the ECCP Board will coordinate marketing and behavioural change activity across residential buildings, waste management, smarter travel and sustainable business practices…

… is of signifcant importance and will guide much of the work to promote effciency in energy, waste and water management in addition to smarter travel within this sector. Croydon has been recognised in the London Plan as one of four major economic opportunity areas. Plans for a large district energy network within the town centre will provide businesses with reliable low cost and low carbon heat, establishing…

… out in the 2010 Waste Framework Directive, 2007 National Waste Strategy and the waste hierarchy. Croydon Climate Change Mitigation Action Plan 6 1 Croydon’s vision The ‘Imagine Croydon’ visioning exercise took place in 2009 to develop a long-term vision for the borough. Over 20,000 local people were consulted. (http://www.croydon.gov.uk/ planningandregeneration…

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