b"Lane CoveIn FocusLane Cove Council Community Newsletter July 2022Whats happening near you in 2022/23Celebrating A range of projects will be underway overBob Campbell Oval Revised MasterplanCouncils Switch to the next 12 months following consultationand delivery of worksand feedback on plans such as Lane CovesConversion of a Council building at 47Renewable Energy Community Strategic PlanLiveable LaneBurns Bay Road to a facility capable of Cove: 2035 and the Delivery Program andhousing a Toy Library, a Library of Things Operational Plan for 2022/23.and a Men's Shed Did you know that all Council buildings in Lane Cove are now powered by 100% Key projects include: Building renewal/upgrade works for therenewable energy? This, combined A new Council website whichGreenwich Baths, Greenwich Communitywith Councils other energy savings and incorporates contemporary designCentre, Gallery Lane Cove + Creativeown solar power generation projects, and functionality, including mobileStudios, the Civic Centre and Lane Covedecreases Councils emissions by 73% compatibility Aquatic Centrea significant advance on our 80% A Renewable Energy Future Fund toPlayground upgrades for Henninghamreduction target set for 2036.reduce community emissions to achievePlayground, Best Street Reserve, AlderThe switch to GreenPower on 1 July a 20% reduction in emissions and waterAvenue Reserve and Shaw Park means that Council is now responsible use by 2024 and an 80% reduction byCompletion of new Over-rail green spacefor 0.5% of emissions in the Lane Cove 2036 (based on 2016/17 levels) at St Leonards local government area. Our focus over Roads, footpaths and drainage assetSustainability Projects and Programsthe next 12 months is to promote, renewal works across the LGA valued atvalued at almost $1million support and empower residents and over $4.4million A new library in St Leonards local businesses to consider how they A Bicycle Facilities Program that includescan adopt GreenPower and reduce Lane For more details on what's planned Coves emissions. Thats why Council a new cycleway along Burns Bay Road,www.lanecove.nsw.gov.au/liveablelanecove has joined a Sydney-wide campaign to Linley Point encourage locals to make the switch. The website getgreenpower.sydney is filled with a host of useful information to encourage everyone from renters to apartment owners and businesses to make the switch in as little as 10 minutes.This is the only government accredited and audited green energy program so if youve been thinking of switching to use one of the 140+ accredited GreenPower generators across NSW this could be a useful first step. Visit www.getgreenpower.sydney for all the details and be part of the switch in Lane Cove.Four playgrounds are earmarked for an upgrade in 2022/23. Pictured above is a recently upgraded playground at Stringybark Reserve.1"