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  • Air Pollution Information Sheet

    Frequently asked questions about air quality and air pollution in Birmingham ...
  • New online vehicle checker launches

    New online vehicle checker to help drivers prepare for clean air zones with charges.
  • Find out more about Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone with February drop-in events

    Join us at our public engagement events February 2020
  • Businesses, schools, medical practices and community transport

    Brum Breathes, clean air, clean air zone, Birmingham, health, well being, CAZ, ...
  • Clean Air Zone Toolkit for Businesses

    A toolkit for businesses who will be affected by the introduction of the Clean Air Zone in Birmingham ...
  • Clean Air Zone toolkit for Businesses

    Steps your business can take for the introduction of the Clean Air Zone in Birmingham. ...
  • Clean Air Zone Breakfast Briefing: are you ready for June 2021?

    The Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce (GBCC) is partnering with Birmingham City Council on a series of events which will offer businesses the information and support they need to get ready.
  • Model letter for Clean Air Zone worker application

    An example of the format and necessary information we will require from your workplace in order to assess your application. ...
  • Business toolkit now available

    Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce have launched a toolkit to support organisations prepare for the launch of Birmingham's Clean Air Zone.
  • Recovery vehicles

    Recovery vehicles which will be subject to a Clean Air Zone charge can apply for a permanent exemption if they are: used exclusively for vehicle recovery over ...
  • Clean Air Day

    Individuals and businesses in Birmingham are being encouraged to show their support for Clean Air Day on 8 October.
  • Alternative travel options

    If your are the owner of a vehicle that will be charged (or you're just keen to reduce your own carbon footprint) there are alternative ...
  • HDV Fund outline criteria

    Guidance notes to help businesses applying for the HDV Fund ...
  • Modeshift STARS travel planning

    Businesses, organisations and educational establishments based in Birmingham can receive free travel planning support through the Modeshift STARS scheme. Modeshift STARS is an easy to ...
  • Heavy Duty Vehicle (HDV) Fund

    To help SMEs (Small to Medium-sized Enterprises) with coaches or Heavy Goods Vehicles to get ready for the launch of the Clean Air Zone, we ...
  • Consultation documents (background information)

    Public consultation on Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone took place in Summer 2018. You can still read the consultation information on our consultation website: Consultation documents for individuals Consultation ...
  • Clean Air Zone Exemption Terms and Conditions

    Clean Air Zone exemptions: General Terms and Conditions   These terms and conditions apply to the Birmingham Clean Air Zone (CAZ).  By registering for exemption from Clean ...
  • Staff who use their car for work

    If your staff currently use their own cars to travel for work (usually you would be paying them a mileage allowance in this case), it’s ...
  • Air pollution

    Birmingham continues to be one of the UK’s city’s with the highest air pollution levels. Over 1,000 deaths a year, in Birmingham alone, are caused by ...
  • Birmingham organisations recognised for work on sustainable and active travel

    National recognition has been bestowed on Birmingham City Council and its stakeholder partners for efforts to increase active and sustainable travel throughout the city and wider region.
  • Exemptions for commercial vehicles

    To help businesses get ready for the Clean Air Zone, we are offering two options for temporary exemptions for commercial vehicles which meet certain criteria. 1. ...
  • Applications open for Clean Air Zone exemption permits

    Ahead of the launch of Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone this summer, applications are now open for temporary exemption permits.
  • Government-mandated Clean Air Zone to launch on 1 June 2021

    Birmingham's Clean Air Zone has been given an approved launch date by Government. The zone will launch in June 2021.
  • Government approval for Birmingham Clean Air Zone plans

    Birmingham City Council’s plan for a Clean Air Zone to help tackle the problem of air pollution in the city has received Government approval.
  • Selly Oak roadworks expected to complete before Christmas

    The roadworks in Selly Oak are due to be complete by Christmas.
  • Car Free School Streets are coming to Birmingham

    A pioneering scheme that closes roads around schools to motorised traffic for up to an hour at the start and end of the school day is being piloted in Birmingham from this September.
  • Sustrans charity to recruit 50 Brum Breathes air quality champions in Birmingham

    National walking and cycling charity Sustrans has teamed up with Birmingham City Council's Brum Breathes programme to recruit 50 air quality champions across the city.
  • Upgrading your car

    If you are considering buying a new car, you should consider the costs over the lifetime of the vehicle. The upfront cost of a diesel ...
  • Hackney Carriage and Private Hire terms and conditions

    Birmingham City Council 14 August 2020 Between Birmingham City Council of Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham, B1 1BB (“the Council”) and the Applicant; Clean Air Zone Taxi and Private ...
  • Frequently asked questions (FAQs) exemptions

    How do I apply for a temporary exemption permit or financial incentive? If eligible, you an apply for a temporary exemption permit now through the this website. Applications for ...
  • Commercial vehicles with existing finance agreements

    If you have finance agreements on commercial vehicles that extend beyond the start date of the Clean Air Zone and meet one of the following criteria, you could apply for a ...
  • Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone and the impact of COVID-19

    Birmingham City Council has written to central government requesting postponement to the launch of its Clean Air Zone.
  • Heavy Duty Vehicle (HDV) Fund

    A £10.05 million Heavy Duty Vehicle (HDV) Fund has been established to support SMEs (Small to Medium-sized Enterprises) get ready for the Clean Air Zone. Am ...
  • Clean Air Zone podcast with the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce

    Following confirmation Birmingham's Clean Air Zone will launch in June 2021, Birmingham City Council and the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce discuss what it means for the city in a new podcast.
  • Joint statement from Birmingham City Council and Leeds City Council regarding Clean Air Zone delays

    The introduction of the UK’s first Clean Air Zones is to be significantly postponed due to a Government delay in delivering digital systems required to make the zones operational and enforceable.
  • Frequently asked questions (FAQs) general

    What is a Clean Air Zone? A Clean Air Zone is an area where targeted action is taken to improve air quality, particularly because of pollution ...
  • Rapid charging network for electric vehicles to be rolled out in Birmingham

    As part of its commitment to cut carbon emissions, Birmingham City Council will start the roll-out of 100% renewable energy electric vehicle charge points across the city from Autumn 2020.
  • Watch again: Get ready for the Clean Air Zone webinar

    If you missed the webinar on How to Get Ready for Birmingham's Clean Air Zone, you can now watch it again online.
  • Birmingham Clean Air Zone postponed until 2021

    The launch of Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone has been postponed until 2021 following the impact of Covid-19.
  • Birmingham announces measures as part of new Emergency Transport Plan

    Birmingham City Council has launched its Emergency Transport Plan outlining plans for a wide range of measures to support walking, cycling and public transport across the city, in light of COVID-19.
  • £15m, or 39%, of Clean Air Fund support earmarked for taxi drivers

    Cllr Waseem Zaffar, cabinet member for transport and environment, explains why the city council has earmarked 39% of its Clean Air Fund support from government for taxi drivers
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