Bath Council to review Clean Air Zone proposals

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The new Council Leader for Bath & North East Somerset Council, Dine Romero has announced the council is revaluating the city’s clean air zone plans. He proposes implementing a ‘Class D’ Clean Air Zone which seeks to charge all higher emission vehicles, including cars that drive in the city centre. Following local elections in May 2019 which led to a change in council leadership, the council agreed to implement a ‘Class C’ Clean Air Zone, which exempted private vehicles but charged high polluting buses, coaches, HGVs, LGVs, private hire vehicles and taxis. The new proposals intend to be implemented in 2021 following a public consultation this Autumn.

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