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Consultation on air quality plans to meet the EU Limit Values for Nitrogen Dioxide in Scotland

News | Published on 10th June 2011

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The Scottish Government is seeking views on updated draft air quality plans that set out the action taken and being planned at UK, Scottish and local levels to meet the annual and hourly EU NO2 limit values in Scotland. These plans, along with air quality plans from England, Wales and Northern Ireland will form the basis of the UK notification to the European Commission in September seeking for those parts of the UK, where there is sufficient evidence, to postpone for up to five years from January 2010 the compliance date for the NO2 limit values.

The plans have been drawn up with input from local authorities and other bodies with an interest. However it is important that they properly reflect the action being taken, so consultee input is welcome. The relevant documents for this consultation can be accessed via the link below: