Derby lags behind in city clean air plans

Most English cities required to set up clean air zones are well ahead in the process and some others are even planning to implement them voluntarily. But Derby is less keen

by Gareth Simkins
Derby's Friargate bridge is likely to be within its clean air zone. Photograph: Ben Brooksbank CC-BY-SA-2.0
Derby's Friargate bridge is likely to be within its clean air zone. Photograph: Ben Brooksbank CC-BY-SA-2.0

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