We know that we cannot do this alone - we need the support of residents, businesses, visitors and community groups to help us achieve our goals.
We also know that many of our stakeholders and community groups have already been working on their own goals to make a difference to air quality, our environment and climate change. We want to promote all of their great work and achievements, not only to highlight how we’re all coming together to make changes, but to help inspire you to make small changes.
New green cruise terminal announced
Associated British Ports has announced plans to open a new next-generation-ready and open access cruise terminal
Investment of more than £55 million into the long-term future of cruise will strengthen the Port of Southampton’s position as Europe’s leading cruise turn-around port and the UK’s number one departure port.
Green Homes Grant
The government recently announced a new Green Homes Grant for homeowners and landlords in England to help pay for certain energy-efficient home improvements.The Grant will pay at least two thirds of the cost of some energy-saving renovations.
Case study #1
One year on since releasing its Air Quality Strategy and pledging a series of commitments, the Port of Southampton reveals significantly improved average levels of nitrogen dioxide across the port.
Case study #2
The Sustainable Distribution Centre (SDC), an innovative logistics solution which consolidates deliveries across Southampton, has been given the green light to continue its work towards reducing congestion and pollution in the city by Southampton City Council.