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Imagine a Golden Lane Estate that was going to achieve Carbon Net Zero. Imagine a place that was green, resilient to climate change and committed to recycling, waste reduction and conservation of energy. Imagine a place with lots of trees, new planting, and a real commitment to encouraging biodiversity.

The City of London launched its Climate Action Plan last year. Over the past six months a number of open-air events have taken place bringing residents together to look at ideas for improving Golden Lane Estate. Discussions have looked at:
• Energy and waste
• Working together
• Communications
• Working with the City
• Ideas for greening the Estate

An interactive map has been created which lists all of the ideas discussed to date.

On Saturday 16th October a planning workshop took place to look at how to take the work of the past year forwards. The following ideas were developed and divided between Do it yourself [DIY] and Do it with others [DIWO]:

Biodiversity and Greening

DIY

DIWO

Beehive teams are put together along routes including the Great Arthur House roof garden

 

Gardening on balconies to be encouraged

 

Plant clinic workshops to be organised

 

Sunflower competition to be organised

Recycling and waste

DIY

DIWO

Repair workshops

Reinstall bins for garden waste

Bookbank

Real commitment to recycling all materials

Composting on a large scale

Recycling bins for public waste

Energy

DIY

DIWO

Thermal curtains installed

Solar panels on roofs

Reflective curtains

Secondary glazing

Bulk buying campaigns

 

 

Travel and cycling

DIY

DIWO

Bike maintenance workshops and workshops with Look Mum No Hands

The cycle project delivers spaces for safe bike parking

More use of the cargo bike

Electric carpool

GLE guided walks

 

Online walking maps

 

Communications

DIY

DIWO

Existing website to be modernised and updated to accommodate this project

Grant to be applied for to fund website changes

Groups agreed to report back at the next meeting which was on Saturday 20 November at 2pm in the Community Centre.

The next meeting after this is booked for Saturday 18 December at 2pm.

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