Air quality

AIM: To provide strategic leadership and advocacy at a London and national level for addressing the negative impacts of air pollution on Londoners’ health and environment

The Association of Directors of Public Health London (ADPH London) and The London Directors’ Environment Network (LEDNet) have prepared a joint position statement to set out how councils and their partners should be responding to the challenges of air pollution, including six priority recommendations for priority action.

You can download the position here.

You can download the executive summary here.

You can view the video here:

This is the LEDNet page for reference:

ADPH London/LEDNet Health & Air Quality event, March 2017

In recognition of the growing need for effective borough and cross-borough action on air quality, ADPH London and the London Environment Directors Network (LEDNet) held a joint event on air pollution on the 3rd March 2017.

The event provided examples of the challenges and barriers to effectively addressing air quality while maximising the health co-benefit and examples of successful projects. The content focused on collaborative working in taking action to address air quality.

Read more and download presentations here.

Related information

ADPH London & LEDnet Joint Response to Stage 3a of the Mayor of London’s Air Quality Consultation, June 2017

ADPH London & LEDnet Pre-Budget Joint Submission on Air Pollution, Feb 2017

ADPH London & LEDnet Joint Response to Stage 2 of the Mayor of London’s Air Quality Consultation, Dec 2016