Nursery - Birmingham Clean Air Zone

Birmingham City Council has revealed full details of its plans to charge polluting vehicles travelling through Birmingham city centre.

Consultation was carried out on the city council's plans for the clean air zone (CAZ).

Under the plans older petrol and diesel cars. as well as taxis, lorries and buses will pay between £6 and £10 to enter the city centre area.

The aim is to bring pollution down to legally safe levels and cut the high levels of lethal nitrogen dioxide in the air.

According to research the poor air accelerates the deaths of 900 Brummies a year - the young, elderly and those with breathing and lung conditions are particularly vulnerable to pollution.

Birmingham is one of five cities which have been ordered to implement clean air zones by 2020.

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We are located on a main bus route from Birmingham City Centre (96/ 97)  accesible from others with a very short walk (11/14) and a short distance away from Stechford & Lea Hall train stations, please consider this when applying for nursery places & do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to register here for a place for your child.