£1m air quality fund for London business

Five businesses or business groups in the capital will receive up to £200,000 to cut local pollution

The mayor of London is keen to get businesses to back his plans to improve air quality. Photograph: Colin CC BY-SA 4.0A £1 million fund has been set up for businesses in London to help tackle air pollution.

The air quality business fund, launched by the mayor of London on 24 June, aims to create five ‘business low-emission neighbourhoods’ that will be awarded up to £200,000 each to develop localised strategies to improve air quality in high streets, retail parks or other polluted areas.

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