Air quality standards proposed for next phase of LAQM

The Government has proposed a raft of new air quality standards to drive the local air quality management (LAQM) regime forward over the next decade. It has sparked controversy by putting forward a less stringent objective for particle pollution in London than elsewhere in England, while Scotland also intends to go further than England - the first time such variations have been proposed for any UK environmental quality standard.1

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