Coordinated approach to car clubs in London

London Councils is launching a new online resource to support borough collaboration on car clubs policy.

Liverpool favouring bus franchising transport system

Steve Rotheram has revealed that bus services could be franchised as part of a London-style public transport system for the city region.

£1m boost for green initiatives in Somerset

Somerset County Council has created a £1 million climate change fund, thought to be the biggest investment of its kind.

Tenth of new homes built on land with high flood risk

Analysis shows that one in 10 of all new homes in England since 2013 have been built on land at the highest risk of flooding.

£3 million for smart energy investment in Midlands

Three new projects will help to place the West Midlands as a global leader in the field of low-carbon energy, following government funding.

Londoners to wear sensors in air pollution test

Participants from around the capital will be wearing individual pollution monitors to track changing pollution in their environment.

New Manchester environmental campaign revealed

A new campaign is looking to inspire residents, businesses and policy makers to work together to put nature at the heart of Greater Manchester.

Package of support announced for storm-hit areas

Grants, council tax relief and business rate relief have been announced for people and businesses in areas affected by flooding.

Very little infrastructure spending directed to flooding

Just over one per cent of government infrastructure spending in England will go towards flood defences.

£220m to help achieve net-zero in Scotland

Kate Forbes has said that the new Scottish National Investment Bank has Scotland’s transition to net-zero carbon emissions at its centre.

Carbon neutral aim key to Cambridgeshire budget

Cambridgeshire County Council has agreed its budget for 2020/21 including plans to take significant steps towards becoming carbon neutral.

Organised crime blamed for rise in fly-tipping

Organised criminal gangs are being blamed for the continued rise of large fly-tipping incidents across England.

£3.6m to help the public sector cut carbon emissions

Sadiq Khan has launched a new programme to help the public sector cut carbon emissions and reduce energy bills by improving homes.

Long-lasting impacts of flooding highlighted in report

A new report has highlighted the profound and long-lasting impacts of flooding on individuals, businesses and communities in Scotland.

£14.5m low carbon heat network in Bradford

A district heat network scheme is a step closer to being built in Bradford city centre, providing heat and electricity to public buildings.

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