2nd Annual (2019)

Air Quality Forum

Tuesday 26 February 2019

2nd Annual (2019)

Air Quality Forum

Practical measures to improve air quality in the UK through a collaborative approach of transport, planning and health initiatives
Tuesday 26 February 2019 Arup, London
Poor air quality is linked to over 40,000 early deaths a year in the UK and is a growing issue which must be responded to. This event explores how to identify and implement targeted solutions to improve air quality in your area, with a focus on using an integrated approach between transport, planning, health and environmental protection teams.

Highlights of attending: 


  • Hear the latest progress and plans on implementing clean air zones
  • Understand how to use an integrated, collaborative approach between planning, transport and health teams, to design and deliver air quality action plans
  • Explore the possible solutions and measures to improve air quality and how to introduce targeted responses
  • Learn more about available techniques to monitor air quality and understand the importance of accurate monitoring to test the effectiveness of initiatives
  • Receive the latest insight on the role of low emission vehicles in improving air quality and how to plan now to support increased use
  • Understand how planning and urban design can create greener cities

Just some of the organisations who have attended this event previously:

Air Monitors
Air Quality Consultants
Air Quality Experts Global
Brighton & Hove City Council
Buckinghamshire County Council
Calderdale Council
Cambridge City Council
Carbon Trust
Chichester District Council
City of London
Coventry City Council
Department for Transport
Electric Blue

Element Energy
Environment Agency
Environmental Protection Scotland
Fareham Borough Council
Foreman Homes
Glasgow City Council
Gramm Barrier Systems
Greater London Authority
Hoare Lea
Hull City Council
Institute of Air Quality Management
Kent County Council
Land Securities
Lewes District Council
London Borough of Croydon
London Borough of Newham

Met Office
Mid Sussex District Council
Newport Council
North Yorkshire County Council
Nyquist Solutions
Odournet UK
Office for Low Emission Vehicles
Oxford City Council
Southwark Council
The Planning Inspectorate
Transport for London
Uttlesford District Council
Westminster City Council

Register your interest in Air Quality 2020

Centre for London discuss the biggest challenges facing the implementation of air quality solutions

Ahead of the Air Quality Forum on February 26th in London, we asked Silviya Barrett, Research Manager at Centre for London, for her thoughts on the biggest challenges, current trends and best solutions to tackle air pollution in the UK.

Excellent mix of contributors and attendees that facilitated useful discussion of topics.

Why should I attend?

Attend to explore how to use an integrated response to improve air quality in the UK. The day will consider transport, planning and health initiatives that can be used to reduce emissions and explore how to identify targeted, cost effective solutions.

Attendees will explore both long term and short term approaches that can be used to improve air quality, understand the importance of monitoring in testing the effectiveness of measures, and review how to plan for, and support, new low emission vehicles.

Who will I meet?

  • Local authorities – transport, planning, environmental protection and health
  • Air quality, planning and transport consultants
  • Developers
  • Technology providers

Good delegates and networking opportunities.

Interested in sponsoring?

To find out more about sponsoring the Air Quality Forum 2019, please click on the link below.

Very informative, well rounded line up of speakers.


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