Last year HDC replaced all the lights in its multi-storey car parks with LED lighting. By replacing the 387 lights in Swan Walk car park this reduced the Council’s carbon emissions by nearly 19,000kg a year, as well as saving around £11,000 in energy bills.
Conservative run Horsham District Council (HDC) has reduced its direct carbon footprint by some 57% since 2019/20, when it committed to being carbon neutral by 2030. This equates to approximately 1,300 less tonnes of carbon being emitted.
In light of the recent announcement by the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, Michael Gove MP, the Conservative Group at Horsham District Council (HDC) have taken the decision to pause HDC’s Local Plan before moving on to the next stage.
Your local conservative team have welcomed the new skatepark in Horsham Park commissioned by Horsham District Council. They said: “We are delighted that we have created this amazing facility which will draw people of all ages and abilities.”