Scotland leads the way in scrapping clean air grants

The system of clean air grants introduced in the wake of the notorious smogs of the early 1950s is to be abolished in Scotland, and its future in England is also under review. The moves reflect the virtual completion of smoke control programmes which are needed to comply with an EC Directive, but the National Society of Clean Air believes that grants should be retained as one means of securing further improvements in air quality.

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