Clean air zones: Where are we now?

Plans for clean air zones (CAZs) have departed radically from DEFRA’s original expectations, while Scotland and London have gone their own way on controlling urban vehicle emissions. Here’s what you need to know.

by Gareth Simkins
A sign for the London ULEZ
The London ULEZ has now expanded to the inner suburbs. Photograph: David Hawgood / Wikimedia Commons

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