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  • 1. One Planet Sutton Retrofitting sustainable living in the suburbs Tom Chance Researcher to the Director, BioRegional
  • 2. Sneak preview
    • The context and one planet living
    • Getting the most out of new housing
    • Beyond insulation – zero carbon retrofits
  • 3. Introducing BioRegional
  • 4. Our vision
    • BioRegional's vision is of thriving regional economies where we meet more of our needs from local, renewable and waste resources, enabling people to enjoy a high quality of life within their fair share of the earth's resources.
  • 5. The context – towards one planet living
  • 6. The UK’s average ecological footprint Total footprint = 5.45 Gha per person (REAP) ‏
  • 7. The UK’s carbon dioxide emissions
    • Total CO2 emissions = 11.87 tonnes per person (REAP) ‏
  • 8. We’re on track for 7 degrees of warming
  • 9. Our aim – One Planet Living
  • 10. BedZED – sustainable living in Sutton
  • 11. Solutions – the way it's built
  • 12. Solutions – BedZED helps you
  • 13. Solutions – some things are done together
  • 14. One Planet Living framework
  • 15. Exemplary One Planet Living demonstrations
  • 16. One Planet Sutton
  • 17. One Planet Living at BedZED? Average = 2.6 planets Keen = 1.7 planets
  • 18. One planet living at BedZED?
    • When residents leave BedZED they're in the 3 planet world
    • At this scale we can only tackle 2/3rds of our footprint
  • 19. New property developments Infrastructure and services to enable and unlock behaviour change
  • 20. Housing construction and maintenance
    • Less infrastructure
    • Low-impact materials and techniques
  • 21. Home energy
    • Energy efficiency (be lean)
    • Behaviour (be green) ‏
      • Energy use information (smart meters)
    • Renewable supply (be clean) ‏
  • 22. Transport
    • Filtered permeability makes low-carbon travel the default mode
    • Car clubs, bicycle clubs, public transport etc. enable people to make modal shifts
  • 23. Food
    • Social and environmentally complex
    • Land with “tool libraries” can help to rebuild communities
  • 24. Consumer goods
    • Aim: a culture of quality, and leisure activities that are sociable and healthy (not shopping)
    • Make open spaces and community facilities more pervasive and attractive than shops
  • 25. Government and business
    • Responsible for 25% of our emissions
    • Sutton Council and wider public sector can lead the way, creating conditions for residents, businesses and CSOs to follow
  • 26. Two very different opportunities
    • Station site – small
    • Felnex site – medium, adjacent to school & business units
  • 27. Mixing the new with the old
    • Adjacent to:
      • BedZED
      • Church
      • Community centre
      • Housing
      • Landfill
  • 28. Beyond insulation – zero carbon retrofits
  • 29. The Great British Refurb
  • 30. The action plan challenge
    • 80,000 homes in the Borough
    • 185,900 residents
    • “No London Borough is an island” - John Donne
  • 31. Zero carbon retrofit in Sutton
    • 5,047 homes/year from 2010 to 2025
    • Payback = 20 years
    • Integrated approach for 1 visit / household
  • 32. Making it happen - finance
    • Finance mechanisms:
      • ESCO/MUSCO with bill surcharge
      • Energy bills charge through third party
      • Council tax surcharge
      • Equity release
      • Subsidies
  • 33. Making it happen - delivery
    • Delivery mechanisms:
      • Targeted marketing campaign
      • Estate agents
      • Social housing stock maintenance
      • Street by street
  • 34. Making it happen -skills and jobs
    • Training
      • Efficiency & micro-generation techniques
      • Spotting opportunities for incidental measures
    • Accreditation
    • Co-ordination to reach all homes
  • 35. The stakeholder challenge
    • Local authority
    • Greater Lond0n Authority, Transport for London, etc.
    • Government Office for London, Defra, CLG, BERR
    • Schools, hospitals, libraries, other municipal facilities
    • Local businesses (high proportion of SMEs) ‏
    • Voluntary sector organisations
    • Unaffiliated residents and workers
  • 36. Transforming Sutton together
    • Council-led action plan
    • Empowering business, resident and voluntary communities
    • Establish new companies, training courses, etc.
  • 37. Council-led action
    • Action planning – entirely new
    • Delivery – through existing work plans and local strategic partnerships
    • Monitoring – EMAS, MORI polls
  • 38. Community empowerment
    • Simply impossible to directly reach every resident, business and voluntary group
    • Empowering key community groups:
      • Sutton Federation of Residents & Tenants Associations
      • Sutton Centre for the Voluntary Sector & Volunteer Centre
      • Sutton Chamber of Commerce
      • Carshalton College & school network
  • 39. Kick-starting new companies
    • Businesses and social enterprises are long-term sustainable delivery mechanisms
    • ESCO / MUSCO for energy services
    • Local food network for schools & hospitals
  • 40. A green new deal for Sutton
  • 41. One Planet Sutton Retrofitting sustainable living in the suburbs Over to you!

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