Coffey blasts Derby City Council's progress on air quality

Environment minister Thérèse Coffey has told Derby City Council to get its act together on plans to improve local air quality, while Nottingham has sketched out its own plans

Silk Mill, river Derwent, Derby
Derby City Council's scrappage plan has not yet been assessed by the government

Environment minister Thérèse Coffey has told Derby City Council to get its act together on plans to improve local air quality.

Her strongly-worded letter, dated 13 March and published two days later, followed a meeting with Derby councillors on 28 February. It was also attended by local MPs Chris Williamson and Margaret Beckett, a former Labour environment secretary.

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