Clicking on the first button will show you a document prepared by Peter Janikoun.
The second button shows an email from RBWM showing the status as of 10 May 2013. The upshot appears to be as follows;
"Improvements to the Holyport Road junction have been investigated, but nothing can be achieved that would significantly improve capacity or impact upon congestion."
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According to BIOFUELWATCH the Government is in breach of EU requirements to reduce air pollution levels. They advise that Defra want to dismantle air quality monitoring and reporting across England.
In a consultation that runs until 13th September, Defra proposes four options which range from weakening to entirely abolishing requirements for local authority air quality monitoring and reporting. Defra claims that this will help local authorities focus on ‘actions’ rather than reporting and monitoring – but if there is no local data to show where air quality limits are being breached, there will (as far as the Government is concerned) be no need for action.
The third button links to the DEFRA consultation - ends 13th September 2013
The fourth button links to the BIOFUELWATCH site;
The fifth button links to a petition against the cessation of local authority air quality monitoring.