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Council rules out demolishing homes to comply with NO2 limit

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Andrew Forster
12 April 2019
 

Councillors in Caerphilly in South Wales have ruled out demolishing a terrace of houses to eliminate illegal levels of nitrogen dioxide. But the council acknowledges that it may be forced to demolish the homes on legal grounds. 

Consultants have recommended demolishing the terrace and adjacent properties on the A472 Hafod-yr-ynys Road, saying this  would ensure the area complies with the EU annual mean limit value for NO2 in the shortest possible time. But councillors say demolition...

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