Policy paper

Clean Air Act 1993: assessment

Papers looking at the scope and consequences of amending the Clean Air Act, much of which dates back 55 years to the first Act of 1956.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Documents

The Future of the Clean Air Act

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Assessment of the effectiveness of measures under the Clean Air Act 1993

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Details

  • The Future of the Clean Air Act: looks at the scope for amending the Clean Air Act (CAA) 1993, much of which dates back 55 years to the first Act of 1956
  • Assessment of the effectiveness of measures under the Clean Air Act 1993: looks at the consequences of repealing or amending the CAA 1993 as part of the government‘s Red Tape Challenge, considering the impact on air quality and emission ceilings from the repeal of the Act and associated instruments
Published 1 March 2012