Henfield Parish Council’s Climate and Environment Emergency Declaration, adopted in June 2019.

Henfield Parish Council joins the UK Government, and many other parish, town and county councils in declaring a Climate and Environment Emergency. This will mean we always consider the climate and environmental impact of our decisions in the Parish Council’s areas of operation and influence.

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HPC Local Climate and Biodiversity Action Plan

Monitoring the HPC Local Climate Plan

Terms of Reference for HPC Biodiversity Oversight Group                                                  

Our Environment, Biodiversity & Carbon Reduction Projects

 

Surveying on the Common  Henfield Habitat Survey 2021 - the whole Parish surveyed and GPS mapped for Biodiversity 

Tree planting Over 350 young trees planted as part of the 2022 Queens Green Canopy project

rewilding poster A new project in conjunction with Henfield Community Partnership and Sustainable Henfied 2030

 

 year og green action Examples of recent Parish Council environment actions

  • New Bike shelter at Leisure Centre to encourage more cycling

  • Lights in cemetery replaced by lower LED lighting

  • New toilets in High St Bus Shelter have reduced lighting/energy therefore reduced carbon emissions

  • New toilets in High St Bus Shelter use less water /power

  • Biodiversity, Bee Corridor and pollinator action on Borrer Bank

  • Commissioning of a new Flooding report for the Upper River Adur

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Who we are

WHO WE ARE

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How we work

HOW WE WORK

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Our responsibilities

OUR RESPONSIBILITIES

Find out about the role of the Parish Council and the other Local Authorities, Horsham District Council and West Sussex County Council

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