Redbridge Awarded over £320,000 to fund clean air initiatives


The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has awarded Redbridge Council £323,774 to fund clean air initiatives and help reduce air pollution in the borough.

“The funding will increase the number of Breathe London air quality monitors across Redbridge while enabling us to develop interactive air quality maps using data gathered by the community. The money will also help deliver cycle training and additional school cycle storage for pupils and parents,” said a council spokesperson.

A Breathe London air quality monitor costs £2,400.

Author: Editor