Leeds demands £40m to roll out UK’s first clean air zone

Leeds City Council has published its final clean air zone plan, seeking £40m for infrastructure, scrappage and retrofitting older vehicles

Leeds city skyline. Photograph: Shahid Khan/123RF
Leeds' clean air zone will enter force on 6 January 2020

Leeds City Council has published its final clean air zone plan, seeking £40m for infrastructure, scrappage and retrofitting older vehicles.

The plan, announced on Wednesday, will be the first to be submitted for government approval after the council’s executive board signs it off on Wednesday next week. It will enter force on 6 January 2020.

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