Bidding opens for £6m London air quality fund

The Mayor of London opened a £6m pot yesterday for borough councils to use to clean up air pollution blackspots

The Mayor of London opened a £6m pot yesterday for borough councils to use to clean up air pollution blackspots.

The councils will be able to use the cash, the final part of the mayor’s £20m air quality fund, over three years to create more car-free and low-emission streets, promote no-engine idling and target emissions from construction sites. It will also go towards the creation of four more low emission neighbourhoods, building on the 11 in place.

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