Money graphicAs the council continues to work on the modelling for the proposed ‘Clean Air Zone’ (CAZ) it has announced today that it is now undertaking a statistical survey among a panel of 1,100 people who currently drive non-compliant cars in the city asking about the impact of charges ranging from £3 to £13 should the third option, which would include charging higher-emission cars, be proposed.

We are not sure how these people have been selected and I, for one, am not included.  Could you let us know if you have been selected?  Just keen to see that NE Bath gets a hearing.

Jeremy Labram, Chair of Camden Residents’ Association

3 thoughts on “CAZ charging update from B&NES

  1. Jeremy,

    Could you let us know if you have been selected?] I ain’t in the survey … They’ll probably ‘reach out’ to people who come into town from Keynsham and Chew Magna.

    David

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