Lambeth Labour has kicked off the new year by approving the replacement of Lambeth Landscapes vehicles which will result in a significant reduction of in emissions of toxic air pollutants, particularly NO2 and Particulate Matter.

Cllr Sonia Winifred, Cabinet Member for Equalities and Culture, approved the decision to replace more than 40 ageing diesel vehicles with cleaner models. Diesel vehicles, particularly older models, pre Euro 6 standard, are the biggest generator of the toxic compounds in poor air quality. Replacing the polluting vehicles in the current fleet will play a part in improving the health of Lambeth residents.


2017 was a year of action against air pollution in Lambeth. Labour councillors have:

Our work has been supported with funding from the Mayor of London, who continues to show real leadership, and we look forward to working closely with the Sadiq as he develops plans to expand Ultra Low Emission Zone, plant hundreds of new trees and invest in electric charging infrastructure.

Lambeth Labour will continue to work to make our air cleaner. As well as replacing Lambeth Landscapes diesel cars, over the next six months we will spend £150,000 on installing new cycle hangars across the borough – increasing the total number of spaces by over 10%.


Cllr Winifred  said:

“Air pollution in our city is an invisible killer and it is something that here in Lambeth we are determined to tackle. I am proud to have made this hugely important decision for our borough. Replacing diesel vehicles in our Lambeth Landscapes fleet will make a huge different to the air quality of our residents.


Cllr Brathwaite said:

“Lambeth has been at the forefront of efforts to kick clean air up the political agenda. This move is one of many we have made as part of our clean air committment. Replacing our Lambeth Landscapes cars is a huge step forward.  We are working hard every day to improve air quality through our borough, particularly looking at protecting our children and elderly people. I am proud to continue to work cooperatively with my colleagues across the council to tackle air pollution.”


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