Coffey ‘very concerned’ about Birmingham’s clean air zone progress

Birmingham City Council is months behind schedule in developing its air quality plan, earning criticism from environment minister Thérèse Coffey

Environment minister Therese Coffey. Photograph: Official portrait
Thérèse Coffey has asked to be kept updated on Birmingham City Council's work on delivering a clean air zone. Photograph: official portrait

Birmingham City Council is far behind where it should be in developing its plans for a clean air zone, a situation deemed “very concerning” by environment minister Thérèse Coffey.

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