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Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

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AQMAs Declared by Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

The following AQMAs have been declared by Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
These are listed with most recent first.

AQMA Description Date Declared Date Amended Date Revoked Pollutants
Maidenhead AQMA An enlarged area covering part of Maidenhead Town Centre, extending northwest to where Norfolk Road meets Craufurd Rise and the railway line, southwest to Kingswood Court and Rushington Avenue, southeast to Oldacres and Guards Club Road, and northeast to Ray Mead Road and Lassell Gardens. 01/04/2005 31/07/2009 Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Windsor AQMA The AQMA covers an enlarged area encompassing parts of Windsor Town Centre, from Oak Lane/Dedworth Road in the west, Althlone Square/Clarence Road/Bexley Road to the east, Imperial Road to the south, and Clewer Court Road and Stovell Road to the north.. 01/04/2005 31/07/2009 Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Bray/M4 AQMA An area encompassing part of Bray around the place where the M4 crosses over the A308 London Road. 31/07/2009 Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Imperial/St Leonards Road Junction The area is linked with Clarence Road roundabout and Windsor AQMA by Imperial Road and is on the route to Legoland. It includes a double junction between B3022 St Leonards Rd and B3175 Imperial Rd there are residential buildings along the roads, in particular along St Leonards Road and those near the junction are exposed to higher concentrations. 14/04/2014 Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Wraysbury/M25 The area runs along the B376 and intersects with the M25 near junction 13, in the vicinity of Heathrow Airport. There are residential buildings along the Wraysbury Road and those near the M25 tunnel portal are exposed to higher concentrations. 14/04/2014 Nitrogen dioxide NO2

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

Action Plans

Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has published the following action plans (each opens in a new window):