Westminster consults on draft ‘climate emergency’ environmental plan that promotes more retrofitting of historic buildings

Westminster City Council is consulting on a draft environmental supplementary planning document (SPD) as part of its climate emergency commitments, which includes measures on reducing noise pollution, improving air quality and how developers can retrofit heritage assets to promote energy efficiency.

by Ellie Kahn
Victorian architecture and modern flats in Knightsbridge (Pic: Getty)
Victorian architecture and modern flats in Knightsbridge (Pic: Getty)

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