Leeds City Council is updating its Local Plan so as to be better able to deal with climate change. They’re focusing on 5 different topics to help them achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030. The topics are carbon reduction, flood risk, green infrastructure, placemaking and sustainable infrastructure.
According to Councillor Helen Hayden, Leeds City Council’s Executive member for Infrastructure and Climate:
“The Local Plan plays a key role in setting out our city’s planning policies for the long-term future, and we believe that the climate emergency should be at the forefront of our thinking. That’s why we are updating those parts of the Plan as a priority.”
You can find out more about each topic and have your say by completing an online survey. The consultation closes on the 13th September 2021.