We want your views on a Clean Air Zone Framework for Wales in order to improve air quality.

How to respond

Consultation ends:
19 June 2018
Consultation launched:

Consultation documents

Consultation document

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Clean Air Zone Framework

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Additional information

The Clean Air Zone Framework for Wales provides guidance to local authorities who are considering options to address local air quality issues.

The framework describes:

  • what a clean air zone is
  • under what circumstances it may be applied
  • the key considerations for local authorities who wish to establish one.

The reasons for reducing airborne pollution, through a clean air zone, may be to address the need to reduce emissions to within legal limits, but also more generally to bring about improvements in the environment and to deliver better health for all.

Events

We are holding consultation events to enable further feedback and engagement. Events will be held in:

  • Swansea on 6th June
  • Wrexham on 13th June.

Please register your interest by emailing AirQualityPolicy@gov.wales.

How to respond

Submit your comments by 19 June 2018, in any of the following ways:

Online form

Post

Download the response form.

Complete and return to:

Clean Air Zone Framework Consultation
Air Quality Team
Welsh Government
3rd Floor South (C03)
Crown Buildings
Cathays Park
Cardiff
CF10 3NQ