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An 'action pack' to aid local authorities in meeting their duty to fight climate change is being launched next week...
An 'action pack' to aid local authorities in meeting their duty to fight climate change is being launched next week.

The pack, to be unveiled on Wednesday 18 July, is linked to the Nottingham Declaration signed by 140 councils since 2000.

Designed to offer step by step guidance, the Nottingham Declaration action pack supports local authorities in developing and implementing sustainable energy strategies .

The day will begin at 1pm at the flagship Angell Town regeneration scheme, Brixton, London. This long-term project in south London is based around new sustainable homes, open spaces and high quality refurbished homes. It is funded by, among others, Lambeth Council, the Government's Estate Action Programme, the Housing Corporation and the private sector.

The launch will then move to Portcullis House, Westminster, at 4pm for an official launch by the Under Secretary of State at the Department for Communities and Local Governments, Angela Smith.

Speakers will include Steve Waller from the Improvement and Development Agency, Councillor David Sparks of the LGA and Paul Crossley, leader of Bath City Council.

From 18th July it will be available at

If you would like to attend, contact by Monday 17 July.

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