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Amendment History

The below table provides information on the amendment history of this AQMA

AQMA Name AQMA Status Pollutants Date
Slough AQMA No. 3 Declared Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Nitrogen dioxide NO2
24/01/2011
Slough AQMA No. 3 Extension Declared Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Nitrogen dioxide NO2
10/05/2018

Pollutants Declared

  • 24/01/2011, Nitrogen dioxide NO2 - Annual Mean
  • 10/05/2018, Nitrogen dioxide NO2 - Annual Mean

Slough AQMA No. 3 (Slough Borough Council)

24/01/2011, The Designated Area incorporates the A355 Tuns Lane from junction 6 of the M4 motorway in a northerly direction to just past its junction with the A4 Bath Road and A355 Farnham Road, known as the Three Tuns.

Source: County or Unitary Authority Road

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AQMA Map

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Slough AQMA No. 3 Extension (Slough Borough Council)

10/05/2018, The designated area incorporates stretch of road between Tuns Lane Junction known as the “Three Tuns” and 30 Bath Road and Quadrivium Point. The map may be viewed at the Council Offices.

Source: County or Unitary Authority Road

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AQMA Map

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Slough AQMA No. 3 Extension (Slough Borough Council)

10/05/2018, The designated area incorporates stretch of road between Tuns Lane Junction known as the “Three Tuns” and 30 Bath Road and Quadrivium Point. The map may be viewed at the Council Offices.

Source: County or Unitary Authority Road

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AQMA Map

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Slough AQMA No. 3 Extension (Slough Borough Council)

10/05/2018, The designated area incorporates stretch of road between Tuns Lane Junction known as the “Three Tuns” and 30 Bath Road and Quadrivium Point. The map may be viewed at the Council Offices.

Source: County or Unitary Authority Road

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AQMA Map

© Crown copyright. All rights reserved. DEFRA. Licence No. GD272361 2002