Newcastle and Gateshead:

Newcastle and Gateshead Councils have launched their Clean Air Zone as of 00:01 today, 30 January 2023.

Non-compliant taxis, buses, coaches and HGVs today will be charged from today, but non-compliant vans/LGVs will not be charged until July 2023. You can check if you will be charged in these areas on the vehicle checker.

More information on the Clean Air Zone can be found at Breath-cleanair.com including a map of the CAZ.

Sheffield:

Sheffield is due to launch their "Class C" CAZ on 27 February 2023. You can check if you will be charged in this area on the vehicle checker.
Eligible businesses and residents may be able to apply for financial support to upgrade to cleaner vehicles. To apply and find out further information about Sheffield's Class C CAZ, please visit the Council's website.

Bristol:

Bristol’s “Class D” CAZ launched on Monday 28 November. Non-compliant vehicles driven in Bristol are now subject to charge.

More information on the Clean Air Zone can be found at Clean Air For Bristol including a map of the CAZ.

Uptake of grants under the Clean Air Fund to upgrade vehicles has been strong, and Bristol City Council estimates that over 71% vehicles are already Clean Air Zone compliant.

Bradford:

Bradford’s “Class C” CAZ has been live since 26 September 2022. Non-compliant vehicles driven in Bradford are now subject to charge.

Details of compliance requirements and a map of the CAZ can be found on BreathebetterBradford.

Check if you will be charged and make a payment here.

Greater Manchester:

We are currently reviewing the evidence provided in Greater Manchester’s clean air proposal.

Please also visit Cleanairgm to remain updated.