The ten Greater Manchester local authorities have approved the Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan, which includes a category C charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ).
Birmingham City Council’s Cabinet has voted today on closing city centre roads to through-traffic, except for zero-emission buses and cyclists.
Britain’s first Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ) pilot is set to launch in Oxford in February 2022, with the registration system for exemptions and discounts going live in December 2021.
Oxfordshire County Council has delayed its planned Zero Emission Zone pilot in the city of Oxford, postponing the August go-live date to later this year.
In the latest issue of Greenfleet magazine, the BVRLA highlights how the vehicle rental and leasing sectors can help small businesses by giving them more flexibility and less risk when adopting a sustainable fleet.
To mark Clean Air Day, BVRLA Senior Policy Advisor Catherine Bowen presented at the Birmingham Fleet Decarbonisation Roadshow to explain the important role that rental and leasing plays in delivering the UK’s zero emission goals.
Papers relating to the final proposed Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan were published this week ahead of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority meeting taking place on Friday 25 June.
Drivers entering Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone will now be subject to penalty charges if entering the zone in a non-compliant vehicle.
The BVRLA has produced a suite of free-to-access communication resources to help members keep colleagues and customers updated on all they need to know about Clean Air Zones.
Birmingham City Council has soft-launched its Clean Air Zone today (1 June) confirming that it will not require drivers to pay the daily fee and they will not pursue enforcement until 14 June.
Seven of the country’s eight metro mayors were elected or re-elected earlier this month.