Lewisham Council

Lewisham Council want to reach net zero by delivering sustainable transport projects across the borough.

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Lewisham Council is committed to tackling the Climate Emergency and aims to make Lewisham a net zero borough by 2030. They declared a climate emergency in 2019 and have already taken important steps to cut carbon, with borough-wide emissions having fallen by 44% since 2005.

One of the council’s key strategic priorities is helping decarbonise transport — a sector which makes up 35% of emissions across the borough. They intend to achieve this through their Active Travel Fund, which supports sustainable transport initiatives to promote active travel, reduce reliance on cars and provide the infrastructure for greener transport options.

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Community sustainable transport facilities are a priority for Lewisham Council

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How Lewisham Council is taking climate action

The council has a track record of investment in active travel and sustainable transport projects as part of its work to help Lewisham reach net-zero by 2030.

Green Loan Principle Compliant

These investments are issued under a Green Finance Framework, which means that funds raised can only be used to deliver on eligible green projects.