‘Improving air quality: national plan for tackling nitrogen dioxide in our towns and cities’; individuals and organisations in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have until 15th June to share their views with the government regarding the government’s plan.
The UK Government, the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs in Northern Ireland are seeking views on a revised plan to reduce levels of nitrogen dioxide around roads within the shortest possible time – the most immediate air quality challenge.
It includes the consultation document; the draft UK Air Quality Plan for tackling nitrogen dioxide; and the Technical Report, which includes details of the modelling techniques and assumptions used in the draft Plan.
A cleaner, healthier environment benefits people and the economy. Clean air is essential for making sure that the UK is a healthy and prosperous country for people to live and work.