Analysis: Should more English councils take action on air quality?

ClientEarth has again argued in court for renewed action on air quality, while DEFRA contends that ordering more councils to take measures would be disproportionate

Central Leicester
Leicester is not currently obliged to conduct a feasibility study into improving air quality, but would be if ClientEarth succeeds

The ongoing litigation between ClientEarth and the government over its plans to improve air quality was described as a “war of attrition” by counsel for the environmental lawyers in its latest case.

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