Local Authority Details
Lancaster City Council
AQMAs Declared by Lancaster City Council
The following AQMAs have been declared by Lancaster City Council.
These are listed with most recent first.
|AQMA||Description||Date Declared||Date Amended||Date Revoked||Pollutants|
|City of Lancaster AQMA||An area encompassing the city centre gyratory system, extending 20m from the roadside (and including any property partially encompassed by this area). Designated due to likely exceedance of 1 hour and annual mean Objectives for nitrogen dioxide.||12/03/2004||01/04/2017||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Carnforth AQMA||The roads associated with this AQMA are: â€¢ Market Street (between the Haws Hill junction and the A6 Scotland Road / Lancaster Road junction) â€¢ A6 Lancaster Road (between the Market Street junction and the North Road junction) â€¢ A6 Scotland Road (between the Market Street junction and the Booths supermarket access road junction)||10/04/2007||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Galgate AQMA||An area encompassing properties along both sides of the A6 Main Road in Galgate, extending from the railway bridge south of the crossroads, to just north of Whitley Beck Bridge.||16/11/2009||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Cells in the above table are empty where information has previously not been recorded.
Lancaster City Council has published the following action plans (each opens in a new window):