Clean Air Villages 4
Number of Project Partners: 26
Lead Borough: City of Westminster
Clean Air Villages 4 (CAV4) is a Defra funded project led by Westminster City Council in collaboration with 26 project partners to improve the air quality across different London ‘villages’, where both air pollution and population density levels are high.
CAV4 will build on the successes of the award winning CAV1 programme, as well as CAV2 and CAV3, which all focused on interventions to support businesses, communities and hospitals. CAV4 aims to deliver ambitious Freight Solutions for a Clean Air business recovery from COVID-19. CRP is extremely pleased that Defra are supporting a flexible approach to the CAV4 project, enabling project services to be adapted during the COVID-19 crisis.
The CAV4 Freight Solutions implemented will incorporate Consolidation, Distribution, Mode, Technology and Policy elements, trialled across different ‘Villages’.
CAV4 will enhance CRP’s measureBEST monitoring tool, to capture, measure and analyse pollutants (including NO2, CO2, PMs) within 25 locations identified, chosen to reflect the Greater London Authority‘s Air Quality Focus Areas.
Use the map below to view locations of each of the different CAV4 ‘villages’
Project partners for CAV4 are: London Boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Hammersmith & Fulham, Islington, Lambeth, Lewisham, Merton, Richmond upon Thames, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, Southwark, Wandsworth, Kent County Council and Westminster City Council, as well as Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) angel.london, Better Bankside, Central District Alliance, Euston Town, The Fitzrovia Partnership, Hammersmith BID, Northbank BID, South Bank BID, Team London Bridge, Victoria BID and Victoria Westminster BID, plus Landowner Cadogan Estates and Strategic Partner the Port of London Authority (PLA).