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Edinburgh City Council
AQMAs Declared by Edinburgh City Council
The following AQMAs have been declared by Edinburgh City Council.
These are listed with most recent first.
|AQMA||Description||Date Declared||Date Amended||Date Revoked||Pollutants|
|Edinburgh AQMA No.1 City Centre||An area covering the city centre, including the main link roads in to the city centre.||31/12/2000||26/04/2013||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Edinburgh AQMA No.2 St Johns Road||An area encompassing St Johns Road Edinburgh from just east of the junction with the B701 to just east of the junction with Kaimes Road.||31/12/2006||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Great Junction Street||Part of Ferry Road, Edinburgh extending in length to 120 metres, which includes its junction with Great Junction Street, Edinburgh and extending down the length of Great Junction Street 720 metres to its junction with Constitution Street.||09/03/2009||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Air Quality Management Area Glasgow Road 2013||The section of the A8 Glasgow Road from Newbridge Roundabout extending east for 915m.||26/04/2013||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Air Quality Management Area Inverleith Row 2013||The road comprising the junction of Ferry Road and Inverleith Row, that part of Ferry Road extending west from the junction for 76 metres to and including the junction with Inverleith Avenue, the section of Ferry Road extending eastward from the junction for a distance of 112 metres to beyond the junction with Monmouth Terrace and the section of Inverleith Row extending South from that junction to and including its junction with Goldenacre Terrace.||26/04/2013||Nitrogen dioxide NO2
|Salamander Street AQMA||A section of the A199 including Salamander Street, Baltic Street, Bernard Street, and part of Seafield Road; an area to the north east as far as the East Sands of Leith and south of Baltic Street, extending to Queen Charlotte Street and Links Place||20/01/2017||Particulate Matter PM10
Cells in the above table are empty where information has previously not been recorded.
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