PEOPLE have just one week left to have their say on plans to improve air quality in Bradford.

An on line air quality survey that began last month will next next Monday.

Bradford Council hopes to engage with residents, schools, businesses and community groups, to find out how air quality affects them, seek support for different proposals and measure awareness of actions that can help improve air quality.

Last year the Council was instructed by the Government to develop a plan which assesses a range of interventions to reduce pollution in the shortest possible time.

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As well as consulting on the proposals for a Clean Air Zone, the council is also exploring support packages for businesses and residents to increase the adoption of ultra-low emission vehicles, raising awareness of air pollution and increasing awareness of actions that individuals can take.

These could include reducing private car use, and using more sustainable and active ways of travelling.

The consultation will help shape the preparation of the Final Business Case, due for submission in early 2020.

The survey can be found at and should be completed by August 19.