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CAMDEN Council has announced plans to ‘revolutionise’ conventional car use and has become the first local authority in London to allow companies to run environmentally-friendly car clubs.

By the end of the month, the number of car club vehicles in the area will have increased from six to 26 which, the authority estimates, could take up to 156 private cars off the road.

Cllr John Thane, executive member for environment at Camden Council, said: ‘By introducing more car clubs into the borough, we hope to provide more choice for local people.

‘In a central London borough like Camden, it is very expensive to own a car and this is a great alternative.’

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