‘A constitutional question:’ Is the government kicking its air quality commitments to the kerb?

With the government giving its backing to an amendment to the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill (LURB) that would provide London boroughs powers to “opt out” of future ULEZ-style schemes, stakeholders have warned that the potential implications are wide-ranging. But what exactly is the government proposing to do? Pippa Neill reports.

by Pippa Neill

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