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It is utterly incomprehensible - Westminster City Council’s seemingly avoidance to engage with the abusive, toxic air pollution on

Reported by Our Community at 10:44, Wed 11 December 2019

Sent to Westminster City Council 3 minutes later

DEEDS NOT WORDS Calling Westminster City Council Baker Street, Two Way consultation post-implementation report.

(Air Quality Action Plan 2013 - 2018 - Westminster City Council Air Quality Action Plan )

"It is an offence to leave a vehicle engine idling unnecessarily whilst stationary, under certain road traffic regulations and powers are available to authorised local authority officers to issue fixed penalty notices to drivers who allow their vehicle engines to run unnecessarily while the vehicle is stationary. By way of comparison, legislation preventing smoking in public places allows for a fixed penalty of £50 for smoking in ‘smoke free’ premises (or £30 if paid within 15 days). Additionally, it is possible to enforce a ‘no idling’ Traffic Management Order (TMO) for coach parking in specific locations with a penalty charge of £80. (Air Quality Action Plan 2013 - 2018 - Westminster City Council Air Quality Action Plan )

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