ULEZ expansion guidance flow charts – Cross River Partnership

Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) changes come into effect from 25 October 2021, where the existing ULEZ will expand up to, but not including, the North and South circular roads. As part of the Defra-funded Clean Air Villages 4 project, Cross River Partnership (CRP) has created dedicated Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) guidance flow charts […]

Environmental impact of food and drink companies to be measured

A new BEIS (Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy) funded project aims to help food and drink companies effectively communicate their environmental performance The Environment Agency will begin to standardise measures of environmental performance for the food and drink sector in a bid to minimise ‘greenwashing’ and improve environmental performance reporting across the sector. […]

ULEZ expansion coming 25 October

It is now less than one month to go until the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) expands up to, but not including, the North and South Circular Roads on 25 October. The central London ULEZ that is already in placehas been transformational since its introduction in April 2019, helping to reduce roadside concentrations of the poisonous […]

E-scooter trial starts in Camden

Rentable e-scooters are now available to hire in Camden as part of TfL’s trial scheme. Camden is now the tenth borough to take part along with Westminster. The trial will help to determine if e-scooters are a viable green travel option, instead of car usage. Privately owned e-scooters are still currently illegal.Read more

WEBINAR: The Caterer’s Sustainability summit – 21 Oct

Balancing sustainability and profit in hospitality Thursday 21 October, 10AM – 12PM – FREE WEBINAR The Summit will discuss the hot topic of sustainability and address how the hospitality industry can come together to make changes to aid the climate crisis. Sustainability measures must be added to hospitality business plans, which will become imperative to […]

Find funding to help your business become greener

Funds are available to help businesses become greener as part of the governments net zero aims by 2050. See the current list of funding available and if you are eligible for any.See available funding

Cross River Partnership report and webinar: Greening out the Grey

Cross River Partnership has launched its latest report, “Greening Out the Grey”: The Value of Green Infrastructure for People and Places, developed as part of the Healthy Streets Everyday programme – a 3-year Mayor of London Air Quality Funded project in collaboration with 26 London partners. The report demonstrates the business case for, and values of, greening practises to improve air quality, facilitate climate adaptation […]

Fitzrovia highways – let us know any highway related issues

Should you have any highway related enquiries or issues in Fitzrovia, such as uneven or broken pavements like the one pictured, or an obstruction on roads or pavement, please don’t hesitate to contact Farid at farid.aliev@fitzroviapartnership.com or call 07740 545 925

£9 million fund for councils to tackle air quality

Councils will soon receive air quality grants to develop and implement measures to benefit businesses and communities, and reduce the air pollution and its impact. The grants will also go towards projects that improve knowledge of air pollution and steps to take to reduce exposure.Read more

How much do you know about London’s air pollution?

Take the quiz to find out how much air pollution affects you as a Londoner, and how detrimental it is to eveyrone’s health and the environment. The quiz is only 2 minutes and is a great resource to share with your teams, as we all play a part in the improvement of our environment.Take the […]