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Local Heat and Energy Efficiency: Strategy and Delivery Plan

The council approved its first Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategy and its supporting Delivery Plan on 7 December 2023.

The Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategy (LHEES) is an important document setting out our long-term plan for improving the energy efficiency of buildings in North Lanarkshire and reducing greenhouse emissions resulting from the heating of buildings.

It covers both domestic and non-domestic buildings and sets out how each part of the building stock needs to change to meet national objectives, including achieving net-zero greenhouse emissions and removing energy efficiency as a driver of fuel poverty.

It identifies strategic heat decarbonisation zones and sets out the principal measures for reducing building emissions in each zone. It will also prioritise areas for delivery.

The Strategy is accompanied by a Delivery Plan that has been developed in partnership with key stakeholders and provides a strong basis for action for local communities, government, investors, developers and wider stakeholders, pinpointing areas for targeted intervention and early, low-regrets measures.

Page last updated:
18 Jan 2024

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