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Green Lease Toolkit

The BBP has produced a comprehensive Toolkit for green leases to enable owners and occupiers of commercial buildings to work together to reduce the environmental impact of their buildings. Read more…

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Low Carbon Retrofit Toolkit

Despite the urgent need, very little work is currently being undertaken for the primary purpose of improving energy efficiency and reducing carbon emissions in the UK’s existing commercial building stock. Read more…

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The Crown Estate Development Sustainability Principles

The Crown Estate Development Sustainability Principles

This document sets out a series of sustainability key performance indicators (KPIs) against which all major new builds/redevelopments and refurbishment projects within The Crown Estate’s Urban Portfolio must report. Read more…

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Rethinking Parks

Rethinking Parks

We have chosen 11 energetic and talented teams to explore new ways to use, manage and make the most of the UK's public parks. The teams are... Read more…

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Biodiversity and Development: A Green Infrastructure (GI) Approach Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG)

The purpose of this Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) is to expand upon the Council’s existing planning policies on biodiversity and green infrastructure contained within the
adopted Local Development Plan (LDP). Read more…

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Principles for a Human City

Guidance and industry reports

‘Principles for a Human City’ responds, and gives further definition to, the ‘emerging principles’ for the future regeneration of King’s Cross, published jointly by LCR, the London Borough of Camden and the King’s Cross Partnership in November 1997 (see Appendix B). Read more…

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