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AQMAs Declared by Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council

The following AQMAs have been declared by Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council.
These are listed with most recent first.

AQMA Description Date Declared Date Amended Date Revoked Pollutants
Barnsley AQMA No.1 An area along the M1 between Junction 35a and Junction 38, including Haigh, Darton, Cawthorne Dike, Higham, Dodworth, Gilroyd, Rockley, Birdwell, and Tankersley. The area extends 100m either side of the central reservation. 03/10/2001 Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Barnsley AQMA No.2A An area encompassing the A628 from junction 37 of the M1 to Town End roundabout, including part of Summer Lane from Town End roundabout to Wharncliffe Street. 16/06/2005 Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Barnsley AQMA No.2B An area encompassing the A628 from junction 37 of the M1 to Dodworth Level Crossing. 16/06/2005 30/08/2012 Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Barnsley AQMA No.3 An area encompassing the junction of the A61 Wakefield Road and Burton Road. 16/06/2005 27/10/2016 Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Barnsley AQMA No.4 An area encompassing the southbound carriageway of the A61 Harborough Hill Road from the PC World gyratory to the southbound slip road of the A61 near to its junction with Queens Road. 07/07/2008 Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Barnsley AQMA No.5 An area encompassing the junction of Rotherham Road and Burton Road. 07/07/2008 Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Barnsley AQMA No.6 Incorporating the A616 road through Langsett 30/08/2012 27/10/2016 Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Barnsley AQMA No.7 Incorporating the southbound carriageway of the A61 Sheffield Road adjacent to the junction with the A6133 Cemetery Road 30/08/2012 Nitrogen dioxide NO2

Cells in the above table are empty where information has previously not been recorded.

Action Plans

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council has published the following action plans (each opens in a new window):