2009 Review of London 2012 Design
Recommendation 9 of 19

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Recommendation

That the LMF sustainability criteria drive design. In order to meet the Mayor of London's climate change target of a 60% reduction by 2025, the development is likely to need to be zero carbon in use and have very low embodied CO2 compared to a business as usual design, in addition to supporting a shift to lower carbon transport options, and enabling a reduction in the impact of food and consumption.

History

Status at 31 Mar 2013

Progress Made

The LCS commits to meet zero carbon homes in advance of the statutory requirements. The Chobham Manor development is meeting this by including permitted offsite contributions and will also include 25 homes that will meet zero carbon using on site measures. This recommendation remains open at the end of the Commission as the LLDC takes forward the legacy of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and surrounding area. Progress Made

Status at 01 Oct 2012

Progress Made

Status at 31 Mar 2012

Progress Made

The LCS commits to meet zero carbon homes in advance of the statutory requirements. Progress Made

Status at 31 Dec 2011

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Status at 30 Sep 2011

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Status at 30 Jun 2011

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Status at 31 Dec 2010

No Evidence Yet

The OPLC is being advised to take forward more detailed carbon management approaches. This would see carbon being managed at a number of levels 1) Per capita emissions across the park (total lifestyle footprint), 2) Carbon definition and management on a project by project basis and lastly 3) Through design and procurement to look at specific key materials from a carbon reduction perspective. Any decisions on the adoption of this is dependant on the OPLC review of LMF plans No Evidence Yet

Status at 30 Sep 2010

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Status at 30 Jun 2010

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Status at 31 Dec 2009

No Evidence Yet

The OPLC is being advised to take forward more detailed carbon management approaches. This would see carbon being managed at a number of levels 1) Per capita emissions across the park (total lifestyle footprint), 2) Carbon definition and management on a project by project basis and lastly 3) Through design and procurement to look at specific key materials from a carbon reduction perspective. Any decisions on the adoption of this is dependant on the OPLC review of LMF plans No Evidence Yet

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