We're helping improve air quality across Swale in the fight against climate change.
We're helping tackle air quality and we've already:
- helped establish a town-wide 20 mph speed limit in Faversham to improve air quality, reduce carbon emissions, improve road safety and encourage walking and cycling
- launched an anti-idling campaign to tackle air quality around the Borough
- identified key measures to improve air quality through our approved Air Quality Action Plan (AQAP), and commissioned a study into the introduction of a Clean Air Zone along the A2
- established the Clean Air for Schools scheme
Head to the Kent Air website for real time updates on air quality levels in Swale.
Air Quality Action Plan Update Consultation
We’re updating our air quality action plan and want to hear your feedback.
The current air quality action plan ends in December, and we’re planning how we’ll continue to improve air quality in your area from 2023 to 2028.
The updated plan will focus on improving air quality across the whole borough, as well as in our six air quality management areas (AQMAs).
The updated plan outlines how we’ll:
- Set up more car clubs and new bike hire schemes
- Install more electric vehicle charge points
- Work with Kent County Council to improve bus services and public transport infrastructure
- Explore traffic solutions such as creating one-way streets or installing chicanes to reduce or slow traffic in our AQMAs.
To have your say, visit https://online1.snapsurveys.com/e0wqu9 and complete the online survey to take part in the consultation. If you would like an alternative format, or need technical help, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Survey takes around 4 - 8 minutes to complete.
Survey closes 15 January 2022.
Once we receive your comments, we’ll feed these into the proposed plan before finalising it next year.
Thank you in advance for helping us improve air quality in Swale.
The information provided by you in this survey will be used for research purposes. It will not be used in a manner that would allow identification of individual responses. Anonymised research data will be published on (http://www.swale.gov.uk) in line with current data sharing practices. More information about how we handle your data can be found on our website: (https://swale.gov.uk/footer/privacy)