If your fleet delivers goods into Birmingham, then you’ll no doubt have questions about how the city’s proposed Clean Air Zone (CAZ) will impact on your operation. One of the first wave of cities mandated by the government to implement a CAZ – alongside Derby, Leeds, Nottingham and Southampton – Birmingham City Council must ensure its zone is in place by 1 January 2020. It has set out proposals for a scheme requiring all diesel vehicles to achieve Euro-6 diesel […]
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.
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.
Cleaner lorries will receive a 10% discount on the HGV Road User Levy from next year as part of the government’s plans to improve air quality.