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The Council’s Climate Change Strategy, and the Greener Futures Climate Change Delivery Plan, set out how the Council will achieve the 2030 net zero carbon target for its own estate and operations. Emissions from the Council’s corporate estate make up the majority of the emissions within the scope of the 2030 target and as a result officers over the last two years officers have been drawing in grant funding and developing and delivering schemes to decarbonise buildings within the corporate estate.
The Council has successfully bid for grant funding from Government’s Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS3b) to support the delivery of a range of decarbonisation and solar rooftop measures in a number of buildings in the corporate estate.
Due to time pressures resulting from the grant funding criteria, on 27 June 23 Cabinet approved the governance approach for this programme, delegating approval of the business case to the Cabinet Member for Environment in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Property and Waste and Capital Programme Panel. This report requests approval of the solar rooftop and decarbonisation business case for identified corporate sites, listed below, by the Cabinet Member for Environment.
The sites in the business case include seven corporate sites. These have been selected with colleagues from Land and Property and are listed below.
- Shepperton Youth Centre
- Ruth House Residential Home
- Camberley Fire Station
- Dorking Fire Station
- Farnham Fire Station
- Egham Fire Station
Esher Fire Station
The Cabinet Member approved the business case for the solar rooftops and the PSDS3b corporate site decarbonisation projects included in Appendix A of the report.