Leeds City Council - Archive (air quality)

2018
18
June
2018
The statutory consultation on the proposed clean air charging zone in Leeds will launch later this month. The council has been directed by the government to provide a full business case by 15 September 2018 which addresses the city’s proposals to ...
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31
May
2018
Children and young people from over 160 schools across Yorkshire will be taking part in a cycling relay covering 12 local authority areas over the next four weeks. The Schools Yorkshire Tour relay will start on Tuesday 5 June as part of national B...
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23
March
2018
Leeds City Council has welcomed today’s announcement by Defra (Department of Environment, Food & Rural Affairs) of funding of £1.8m to help the city lay the groundwork for achieving its air quality targets. This money is designed for investment in...
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22
February
2018
Leeds City Council is reminding residents, workers, and commuters to have their say on proposals to reduce air pollution and protect the health of people in the city before a public consultation closes on March 2. Almost 7000 people have already s...
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31
January
2018
An alternative fuel station could be installed in the Lower Aire Valley to improve access to cleaner, cheaper fuels for businesses in the city. The council, working in partnership with gas distributer Northern Gas Networks secured partial funding ...
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2017
06
December
2017
Leeds City Council is looking for the views of people living, working and commuting in Leeds and the wider region on its proposals to improve air quality and protect the health of people in the city. Leeds along with 27 other local authorities acr...
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16
June
2017
The people of Leeds came out in force to pledge their support to improve air quality in the city as part of the UK’s first ever National Clean Air Day. Over 800 people pledged to walk, cycle or look to use more sustainable modes of travel as part ...
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15
February
2017
Deputy leader of Leeds City Council and executive member for environment and sustainability Councillor Lucinda Yeadon said: “The air quality issue is one we are taking very seriously in Leeds and we have developed a strategy which includes a range...
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2016
14
November
2016
Council chiefs will be discussing how to ensure Leeds meets its obligations for air quality targets in 2020 at a meeting of its executive board this week (Wednesday 16 November). A Leeds Air Quality Action plan has been developed to ensure 2020 ai...
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11
July
2016
The first of a fleet of new electric council vehicles hit the streets of Leeds today. Councillor Lucinda Yeadon, executive member for environment and sustainability, took the plug-in van on its inaugural journey. A total of 42 all electric vehi...
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10
March
2016
Plans to build and run a green fuelling station in Leeds have taken a step forward with a major funding announcement for Leeds City Council and Northern Gas Networks (NGN). Ofgem has awarded the north of England’s gas distributor, Northern Gas Net...
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2015
09
December
2015
Leeds is half way to achieving its carbon cutting targets according to a new report. The update on Leeds’ journey to becoming a low carbon city is being presented to the council’s executive board when they meet on Wednesday 16 December. Having ...
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03
November
2015
A Leeds dry cleaning company has been prosecuted for failing to apply for the proper environmental permit. Yorkshire Laundry and Dry Cleaning, based in Horsforth, were called to appear before magistrates last month. Having pleaded guilty, the c...
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15
October
2015
Senior councillors will discuss how to improve air quality and the significant health benefits this brings when they meet next week. A report being considered by executive board on Wednesday 21 October makes it clear that improving air quality by ...
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