For local authorities to bid for support on measures to improve air quality.
Defra’s air quality grant scheme provides funding to eligible local authorities to help improve air quality.
The scheme helps local authorities to make air quality improvements and to meet their statutory duties under the Environment Act 1995. It has awarded over £52 million in funding to a variety of projects since it started in 1997.
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Air quality grant 2015 to 2016
The following projects have been awarded a share of the £0.5 million available to local authorities under this year’s air quality grant scheme, focusing on reducing emissions from road transport. Funding will support new electric charging points, feasibility studies on Clean Air Zones, and promoting cycling and walking.
|Dacorum Borough Council||Awareness raising – Electric Vehicle Charging points||£9,000|
|Leeds City Council||Instantaneous emissions modelling||£39,850|
|Leeds City Council||NO2 monitoring station||£18,000|
|Leeds City Council||Clean Air Zone Feasibility||£50,000|
|Leicester City Council||Cycling & Walking real-time data feed for journey planner (Choose How You Move)||£39,000|
|London Borough of Ealing||PM emissions management plan – Horn Lane||£87,150|
|London Borough of Islington||Regent’s Canal – Electric Charging Points||£30,000|
|Sandwell MBC||Behaviour Change and Awareness – sustainable transport||£30,000|
|Southampton City Council||Modelling Assessment for Clean Air Zones (CAZ)||£17,000|
|Southampton City Council||AQMA consolidation - CAZ formulation and awareness||£60,000|
|Southampton City Council||Clean Air Partnership – formulation and engagement||£20,000|
|Greater Manchester||Feasibility study for CAZ – consortium of 10 local authorities||£100,000|