A temporary scheme set up to make Crystal Palace streets quieter, safer and healthier could be replaced with a 12-month alternative if plans are approved at committee tomorrow.
Croydon drivers who leave their engines running while parked will be asked to turn them off or face a fine as part of a pan-London crackdown.
The delegation from China was impressed by the council’s efforts to stamp out smoking, reduce air and noise pollution and tackle health inequalities.
To help mark a national day of action promoting clean air and sustainable transport Croydon Council is organising a range of special initiatives.
Cutting the use of diesel engines and consulting whether the public want a daytime garden bonfire ban are among measures to tackle air pollution going before Croydon’s cabinet on Monday.
The council consulted local residents, businesses, health professionals […]