We’re delighted to be linking up with UK100 to host two clean air zone (CAZ) roundtable discussions.
These events will bring together UK business fleet decision-makers with council leaders and city mayors to discuss future CAZ developments and air quality plans.
We all want to see more consistency in the Clean Air Zone standards that are spreading across the country, including in the vehicle types that are included, the payment process and back office administration.
Our roundtables – one in Birmingham, one in London – will give the perfect opportunity to express your views and influence the policies of local council and national politicians.
Spaces are filling fast, so if you want your voice to be heard, please email me to register a place (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Delegates will need to sign up to a Clean Air Zone Declaration to underline their commitment to delivering improvements in air quality, but this is a document they will help to shape.
We’re particularly excited about the London debate on October 23 as we’ve been granted a place at UK100’s national air quality summit, which is part of the international air quality event hosted by London mayor Sadiq Khan.
The net result will be a shared agreement between local authorities, transport operators and businesses on the priorities needed locally and nationally to successfully take forward CAZs, together with commitments to action.