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
CAZs will tackle pollution and boost the economy, say mayors and political leaders
Climate Emergency Response Group sets out 12-point-plan for Government to consider.
Clean Air Zones are being delayed due to a Government system that has not been developed on time.
Local authority will instead spend £32 million to reduce air pollution and improve congestion in the city.
ClientEarth has written to 38 local authorities in England and Wales warning of the legal risk of inaction on air pollution
Defra approves plan to tackle poor air quality in Birmingham and gives £52.2 million to help implement scheme.
Cars will not be charged to enter Bath’s clean air zone (CAZ), but vans, trucks and buses not meeting the latest emission standards will.
New plans for a Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ) in Oxford could see all non-zero emission vehicles banned from the city centre during certain hours from 2020.
The Government has threatened Bristol City Council with legal action after it failed to submit final air quality plans.
Clean Air Zone (CAZ) consultations are heating up with the release of a revised proposal from Leeds City Council.
Fleet operators have expressed their concerns about the cost and timescales involved as Birmingham, Derby, Leeds, Nottingham and Southampton have been mandated to introduce clean air zones (CAZs) by 2019 and many other cities considering them.
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Fleet boss Terry Pycroft embraces the role of zero emissions champion and is keen to share his experiences with other councils. Stephen Briers reports.
Despite pressure from Government, the city authority will not confirm plans until after its local elections. Stephen Briers reports.
Fleets need to be clear on how their operations will be affected by the introduction of clean air zones (CAZs) in order to minimise any cost implications or disruption.
Derby City Council are in no rush to jump on the 'CAZ charging bandwagon' and will try alternative methods to meet air quality obligations.
East Midlands council lags behind Leeds in terms of publishing its CAZ consultation document, but the authority believes it is ahead in other ways.
The Leeds Air Quality roundtable has seen fleet managers urge local authorities across the country to develop CAZ (clean air zone) consistency.
London has reached air pollution limits on Brixton Road for the whole year, just 30 days into 2018.
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