DEFRA demands Derby’s air quality plan

DEFRA has urgently requested Derby City Council’s forward plan and business case for delivering its air quality compliance measures.

Road junction of Mercian Way with Abbey Street, Derby
The city council is resistant to introduce a CAZ to deliver improved air quality measures

DEFRA has urgently requested Derby City Council’s forward plan and business case for delivering its air quality compliance measures.

This is the third time the government has pressed Derby City Council for its plans to limit nitrogen dioxide levels. It is demanding to see a plan by 6 April with an outline business case by the end of May.

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