Air Quality

Closed 23 Jun 2019

Opened 1 Apr 2019


Improving air quality in Redbridge is vitally important, and in common with all London boroughs, Redbridge continues to exceed national targets for air pollution. In 2003 we declared Redbridge an Air Quality Management Area, and our first Air Quality Action Plan delivered some successful projects but further and bolder actions are required to improve air quality within Redbridge.

We are now looking to create a refreshed action plan for the next five years to set out how we will continue to ambitiously tackle poor air quality in Redbridge.

Before you complete this consultation, please read our consultation document, which sets out some of the types of things we could include in our new action plan.

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Why your views matter

Tackling poor air quality is not something any one person or organisation can do alone - it requires commitment and effort at local, regional, and national levels - and it is vital that we all play our part. This includes the Council and residents working together to reduce emissions and promote better air quality locally.

We want to know what you think of air quality in Redbridge, how this impacts you and what proposals you think might help us work to improve air quality in Redbridge.

Open days will be held on the dates below at libraries for residents to discuss future plans for tackling poor air quality.

  • Wanstead Library Friday 26th April 2019 from 10:00 to 13:00
  • Redbridge Central Library Friday 3rd May 2019 from 10:00 to 13.00

There will also be a consultation evening event.

  • The Gloucester Room at Redbridge Central Library Wednesday 22nd May from 18:00 to 21:00



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