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No need for charging CAZ, says Derby City Council

AIR QUALITY

09 November 2018
 

Derby City Council has ruled out introducing a charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ), despite being one of the five cities the Government initially said must introduce one to comply with the EU limit value on nitrogen dioxide.

Derby, Leeds, Birmingham, Nottingham and Southampton were named in a 2015 Government direction as having to implement a charging CAZ. Air quality modelling suggested that, without a CAZ, NO2 concentrations would continue to exceed the EU annual average limit value of 40μg/m3...

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