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Ministers prepare longer list of cities requiring clean air zones

Air Quality

Andrew Forster
06 January 2017
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Ministers are drawing up a longer list of cities that will have to implement charging clean air zones (CAZs) to cut vehicle emissions following the High Court’s quashing of the Government’s air quality plan.

Only five cities were required to introduce charging CAZs under the air quality plan published in 2015 – Birmingham, Nottingham, Derby, Southampton and Leeds. The plan was quashed after the High Court ruled that it failed to bring down nitrogen dioxide emissions to within...

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