The Council invited everyone who uses roads, cycleways and footpaths in Fareham to have a say on how best to protect air quality in Fareham. Our Let's Clear the Air Consultation closed on Monday 15th October. We are now analysing the results. You can find out what our aims are here.
Air quality is a national issue and, in July 2017, Fareham Borough Council was identified as one of 23 local authorities that must produce a targeted local plan to tackle likely exceedances of Nitrogen Dioxide Levels.
We've been working hard to come up with a range of measures to keep our air clean but would like your help to shape our proposals. We believe that, by working together, we will continue to have good air quality across the Borough now and for years to come.
The area most likely to be affected by nitrogen dioxide levels exists along the stretch of road from Delme roundabout through Eastern and Western Way and onto the A27 by Fareham Train station, including the A32 Market Quay through and onto the A27 Portchester Road.
Click on any of the clouds below to see the measures we are proposing. To find out what happens next click here.