We are considering a CAZ as part of our Clean Air Plan, though a decision to have a CAZ has not yet been made. The size of a potential [...]
This will continue because it addresses longer term issues and other pollutants than just NO2. The Air Quality Action Plan will be updated in 2019.
The aim of our project is to reduce air pollution to legal limits in the shortest time possible. The main reason for this is improving public health – cost [...]
Clean Air Zones are one of the measures recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, and considered to be cost effective in improving health. NICE guidance [...]
We will carefully monitor air quality levels once the charges are removed during 2018 and in advance we will incorporate consideration of these changes in our technical work on [...]
The Air Quality Directive, which sets out the EU limits, has been transposed by UK law with the same limit values applying. The Government is committed to making the [...]
We are producing a Joint Transport Study (JTS) with the wider West of England local authorities as part of an ambitious programme of transport and planning policy reform. At [...]
Air pollution isn’t just a problem in Bristol, but also in other parts of the region (such as Bath and parts of South Gloucestershire). Addressing air quality problems across [...]