Get involved in helping to improve air quality

Air quality is one of the biggest issues we face. It has huge impacts on our health and we need to take action to tackle it. We also know that we, the council, can’t solve this on our own. We are committed to improving air quality across the borough by working together with residents, communities, businesses and partners to find solutions and ideas that will improve all our lives.

Over the next few months we will be gathering ideas and thoughts from everyone who lives, works, studies and visits the borough.

Citizens' assembly
One of the first things we are doing is setting up a Citizens’ Assembly on clean air that will take place over a period of four days - Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 November and Saturday 30 and Sunday 1 December.

A citizens' assembly is a group of people who are randomly invited to come together to discuss an issue or issues, and reach a conclusion about what they think should happen. The issue to be discussed will be: How do we collectively improve air quality in the borough?

Get involved
Citizens' Assembly members are chosen at random, however there are still ways you can get involved. Using the tools below you can share your ideas on improving air quality and also submit evidence that you'd like the assembly to discuss.

More information and FAQs on our website.

Air quality is one of the biggest issues we face. It has huge impacts on our health and we need to take action to tackle it. We also know that we, the council, can’t solve this on our own. We are committed to improving air quality across the borough by working together with residents, communities, businesses and partners to find solutions and ideas that will improve all our lives.

Over the next few months we will be gathering ideas and thoughts from everyone who lives, works, studies and visits the borough.

Citizens' assembly
One of the first things we are doing is setting up a Citizens’ Assembly on clean air that will take place over a period of four days - Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 November and Saturday 30 and Sunday 1 December.

A citizens' assembly is a group of people who are randomly invited to come together to discuss an issue or issues, and reach a conclusion about what they think should happen. The issue to be discussed will be: How do we collectively improve air quality in the borough?

Get involved
Citizens' Assembly members are chosen at random, however there are still ways you can get involved. Using the tools below you can share your ideas on improving air quality and also submit evidence that you'd like the assembly to discuss.

More information and FAQs on our website.