If we want clean air, we need streets that are designed around people, not motor vehicles.

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Have your say - and make it count

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Across the country local authorities are, or soon will be, asking people to give feedback on their plans to tackle air pollution.

This is a key opportunity for Living Streets groups and supporters to push your local authorities to do more to effectively tackle air pollution, and to promote the importance of walking as the natural choice for short journeys.

Our how-to guide outlines Living Streets' position on the main issues, such as the importance of charging Clean Air Zones, and provides ideas local authorities can take up, for example a Workplace Parking Levy (WPL). It gives you text that you can combine with your own local knowledge to submit a strong consultation response. 

Download our air quality consultation how-to guide - pdf


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The amount of air pollution caused by road traffic

Investing in and prioritising walking and cycling can be part of the solution – and you can help us call for change by making a donation.


Together we will:

  • Work with UK and devolved governments to ensure clean air is prioritised. We’re the pedestrian voice campaigning for a Clean Air Act and more investment in walking and cycling.
  • Respond to clean air consultations in key towns and cities across the UK, and call for Clean Air Zones
  • Provide campaigners with materials to pick up the fight in their area!


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