Leeds City Council has urged logistics operators to engage with team members as it looks to shape its final clean air zone (CAZ) business case for government. The council last week revealed full details of its CAZ plans, which saw it mitigate the impact of the zone on businesses by reducing the geographic area affected and halving its originally proposed daily fee for non-compliant trucks from £100 to £50. Its revised CAZ plan, which the council said was developed following […]
Need to find out more about the introduction of the forthcoming low-emission zones (LEZs) in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen? Then put 26 March in your diary.
Seven trade associations call on government to mitigate clean air zone impact or see hauliers go bust
Seven trade associations, including the FTA and BVRLA, have joined forces in a letter to government warning of the financial impact that clean air zones (CAZs) could have on HGV operators and local businesses.
The FTA has called on TfL to do more to level the playing field for compliant UK operators after it was revealed that more than half of the fines issued to non-UK registered vehicles for breaching the conditions of the London Low Emission Zone remain outstanding.