Westminster Council's Go Green Programme sets out how the City Council is leading the way to become a more sustainable city. The aim of the programme is to re-establish Westminster as an exemplar ‘green’ authority. It is led by a board of top-tier managers who ensure that all of our services and policies work together to create a more sustainable and liveable city.
Go Green delivers a wide-ranging programme of environmental schemes and projects, and maps out a challenging agenda for the future. These projects are in line with Westminster Council's environment policy, which can be viewed here.
For more information on the City Council's environmental projects and work streams, click on the 'Sustainable Council' link below. For practical information on how residents can 'go green' click on 'Sustainable Residents'. For information on how businesses can improve their environmental performance, click on 'Sustainable Business'.
Click here to learn about the council's Go Green Programme with its range of projects tackling everything from carbon reduction to biodiversity and sustainable schools.
Click here for more information on how residents can live more sustainable lives. Topics include recycling and green spaces in Westminster and how to be a sustainable consumer and traveller.
For more information on 'greening' your workplace - including how to write an environment policy statement, implement an environmental management system, and comply with legislation click here.
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