Greener Borough – Addressing the Climate Emergency workshop on 8 October

Hounslow Council wants to create a borough where residents feel proud to live and work and which is clean, green and sustainable.  In June 2019 the borough council declared a climate emergency.  This committed the council to develop a climate emergency action plan by December 2019, setting out how the council will work towards becoming carbon neutral, and ultimately zero carbon, as soon as possible.

To this end, it will hold a half-day workshop on Tuesday, 8 October, called Greener Borough — Addressing the Climate Emergency.

This workshop is an opportunity for residents to:

Provide their ideas for how the council can best respond to the climate emergency and further enhance and green the Borough – both in terms of emissions we are directly accountable for and wider emissions that occur in the borough

Help identify innovative options for how we can engage as widely as possible all our communities on this matter

Help us identify and ensure we are protecting our communities, particularly those most vulnerable to climate change.

12.00-4.30pm, Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Event venue: Holiday Inn in Brentford, TW8 8GA
Event timings:
12pm – 1pm Lunch
1pm to 4:30pm  Addressing the Climate Emergency Workshop. 
Booking is essential, and public booking for this event is now open via Eventbrite.


Brentford train station and Boston Manor tube station are a short distance away.

The hotel is also easily accessible from London Heathrow and Central London. The hotel is within easy access to the M25, M4, A4 and is ideally located 6 miles west of Central London and 6 miles from Heathrow Airport. Brentford Train Station and Syon Lane Train Station are 0.6 miles from the hotel, and a 12 minute walking distance.

Nearest bus stop(s): Commerce Road/ Brentford Lock and Brent Lea

Buses: E2, E8, 237,267,235

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