Posted on 30 Nov 2022
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From the 29th of August 2023, the London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will cover all London boroughs in a bid to improve the capital’s air quality.
Transport for London’s website says:
Poor air quality is impacting the health of Londoners, and it’s mainly caused by polluting vehicles. It’s not just a central or inner London problem. In fact, the greatest number of health issues related to air pollution occur in outer London areas. That’s why the ULEZ is expanding across all London boroughs (see map below).
If you drive a vehicle that doesn’t meet the emissions standards inside the expanded ULEZ, you could face a daily charge of £12.50. This includes residents of the ULEZ. However, you don’t need to pay the ULEZ charge if you are parked inside the zone and don’t drive.