Smoke Control Area Consultation

Have your say in the Smoke Control Area Consultation.

  Key information

Closing date

Thursday 15 August 2024

How to take part

Broxtowe Borough Council is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of the local community. Improving local air quality is one way in which the Council are working to achieve this goal.

Following a previous public consultation in summer 2023, the Council have made a Revocation Order to revoke the existing smoke control orders and intend to replace them with a single smoke control order which will cover the entire district. Please note the restrictions on smoke only apply to buildings or furnaces with chimneys, not bonfires or household chimineas etc.

The Council have previously considered whether to apply the changes to moored vessels. Please note that this is no longer being proposed.

Download the Revocation Order(.pdf)(873KB)(Opens in a new window).

Download the Proposed New Order(.pdf)(498KB)(Opens in a new window).

The proposed smoke control order is due to take effect from May 2025, subject to Secretary of State Approval.

If you wish to comment on the proposed new Order you can have your say by emailing health@broxtowe.gov.uk, or by writing to Environmental Health, Broxtowe Borough Council, Civic Centre, Council Offices, Foster Avenue, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 1AB.

Please mark letters or use the email subject heading ‘Support/Objection to revision to Smoke Control Orders’.

Objections to the Revocation Order should be sent to Air Quality and Industrial Emissions, DEFRA Seacole Building, 2 Marsham Street, London SW1P 4DF or by email to Air.Quality@defra.gov.uk

More information on Smoke Control areas can be found on our webpage.

 


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Environmental Health
tel: 0115 917 3485