Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone will be introduced in June, while in Bath, the Clean Air Zone has now been live for eight weeks.
Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone will go live on 1 June 2021.
Non-compliant buses, coaches, taxis, private hire vehicles, heavy goods vehicles, vans, minibuses and cars travelling in Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone will have to pay a charge.
In preparation for Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone you can:
- Check to see if you qualify for local exemptions
- Check the financial support on offer
- Sign up for Business Accounts where you can check compliance of multiple vehicles and set up an agreement for the Birmingham Clean Air Zone to pay by bank account as an alternative to paying by card, ready for when charging starts here.
Bath’s Clean Air Zone has been live for 8 weeks now and the Joint Air Quality Unit (JAQU) has confirmed they have seen many people using Business Accounts to check multiple vehicles and pay.
You can check a vehicle’s compliance and make a payment for Bath here.