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Transport for London has announced that from 23 March all road user charging schemes in the capital will be suspended until further notice.
Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council have postponed the implementation of their planned Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ) due to the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leeds City Council has confirmed that the city’s Clean Air Zone will come into effect on 28 September 2020.
The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council is consulting on its plans for a Clean Air Zone that will impact HGVs, buses, coaches, LGVs, taxis and private hire but not private cars.
The BVRLA has written to new Transport, Treasury and Business ministers following the recent reshuffle, setting out how the association can help the government to tackle decarbonisation.
Birmingham City Council has announced that it is considering further delaying the introduction of its Clean Air Zone following concerns about the readiness of the Government’s vehicle checker portal.
BVRLA's Andrea Davies writes for Air Quality News, promoting the merits of vehicle rental and leasing as a suitable option for individuals and businesses looking for cleaner vehicles.
The BVRLA has outlined the merits of the vehicle rental and leasing industry in an article written for Air Quality News magazine.
The BVRLA is calling for support from the wider fleet sector to act now to safeguard the vital Plug-in Car and Van Grants.
The Joint Air Quality Unit has launched its Clean Air Zone vehicle checker to help drivers to check whether their vehicle is CAZ-compliant.
Over 50 members joined the BVRLA for the first Technical and Operational Management (TOM) Forum of the year, hosted by the Institute of the Motor Industry in Hertford.
The BVRLA has established a new Air Quality Working Group to discuss emerging air quality plans and to develop a solid policy position on the range of pollution measures being proposed across the UK.