Local Authority Details
Brighton and Hove Council
AQMAs Declared by Brighton and Hove Council
The following AQMAs have been declared by Brighton and Hove Council.
These are listed with most recent first.
|AQMA||Description||Date Declared||Date Amended||Date Revoked||Pollutants|
|Brighton AQMA||An area encompassing much of southern central Brighton and Hove, bounded to the south by the seafront, to the west by the boundary with Adur District Council, and to the north by the A270. To the east, the main boundary is the A270 and A23 from the Vogue Gyratory to Grand Parade, but the area extends north along the A270 Lewes Road, and further east along the C5280 to the B2137 and south to the seafront.||08/12/2004||25/01/2008||30/08/2013||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Brighton and Hove AQMA 1||Includes four main arterial routes connecting Brighton & Hove City Centre, that is: the B2066 - Ultralow Emission Zone and part of the A23, A270, A2010 and adjacent land use.||30/08/2013||04/11/2020||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Brighton and Hove AQMA2||Rottingdean High Street (B123) from the A259 junction to the T-junction with Vicarage Lane.||30/08/2013||04/11/2020||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Brighton & Hove AQMA5||South Road and Preston Road part of the A23 (north of Preston Drove) and adjoining properties.||04/11/2020||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Brighton & Hove AQMA6||Eastern Road outside of the Royal Sussex County Hospital. Mixed road traffic, gas combustion and long term construction.||04/11/2020||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Brighton & Hove AQMA3||South West Portslade including housing surrounding the A259 and A293 haulage route from Shoreham port inland. NOx contributions from, general traffic, buses, HGV and wharf side industry.||04/11/2020||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Brighton & Hove AQMA4||Premises adjacent with the Old Shoreham Road (A270) Nevill Road and Sackville Road (A2023) Junction.||04/11/2020||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
Cells in the above table are empty where information has previously not been recorded.
Brighton and Hove Council has published the following action plans (each opens in a new window):