Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood: 6 Months To Go

27th September 2018 / Posted by CRP Team

The Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood (LEN) was established after a successful bid by Westminster City Council to the Mayor of London’s Mayor’s Air Quality Fund, to tackle the challenge of air pollution in innovative ways. For the past year CRP has been pleased to programme manage the LEN on behalf of the council.

The LEN is due to finish in March 2019, so with 6 months to go, CRP is looking to forward to supporting the culmination of this ambitious programme of activities.  We will see a number of LEN projects come to fruition, including exciting and innovative greening interventions, and buildings emissions audits. We will also evaluate the behaviour change measures including emissions-based parking surcharge, electric vehicle provision, Delivery and Servicing programme, and targeted anti-idling action. What’s more, we are supporting the Marylebone LEN partners to look ahead to what comes next for local action on air quality, and building a legacy of learning from the LEN.

For more information, contact CRP’s Tom Linton-Smith.