Angus launches public input on heat and energy plan.

Angus Council Initiates Public Consultation for Groundbreaking Heat and Energy Strategy

The Angus Council is calling upon residents, landlords, and businesses to share their input on the Draft Angus Local Heat & Energy Efficiency Strategy (LHEES) and Delivery Plan. This strategic initiative is aimed at enhancing energy efficiency in buildings across Angus and reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with heating these structures.

With a focus on reducing fuel poverty and working towards achieving Net Zero emissions by 2045, the Angus Council is determined to make a significant impact through their innovative Strategy and Delivery Plan.

The council’s ambitious plan highlights a long-term vision to transform the energy landscape in Angus by addressing key areas such as building efficiency and emission reduction. By outlining concrete steps in the Delivery Plan, Angus Council is setting the stage for a sustainable future.

Residents, landlords, business owners, and individuals working within Angus are encouraged to participate in a survey, which will be open for feedback from Thursday 20 June to Friday 2 August. The survey can be accessed on Engage Angus online, where the detailed Draft Angus Local Heat & Energy Efficiency Strategy (LHEES) and Delivery Plan are also available for review.

Following the public consultation, the feedback will be presented at an upcoming Angus Council Committee meeting. This feedback will play a crucial role in shaping the final Local Heat & Energy Efficiency Strategy (LHEES) and Delivery Plan. The approved strategy document will serve as a roadmap for tracking progress, allocating resources, engaging stakeholders, and ensuring the successful implementation of the LHEES.

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