London Local Air Quality Management Framework

Levels of air pollution are worse in London than anywhere in the UK, with levels of nitrogen dioxide exceeding the legal limit somewhere in all of London’s Boroughs. Due to the unique problems associated with pollutant emissions in our capital, the Mayor of London has proposed a new system, the London Local Air Quality Management … Continued

London’s Locals get involved in Air Quality

Public Health England predict that around 3,000 people each year are estimated to die from polluted air in London. The statistic is put into shocking perspective when considering this is London’s second highest cause of death after smoking. However, much of the population is unaware of the seriousness of the UK’s pollution problem. In an … Continued

Eliminating Emissions – Diesel and the Euro 6 Standard

This September saw the new Euro 6 standards come into effect, with an aim to reduce emissions from diesel car engines. But what will these changes mean for car producers, and do they really make a difference? The European emissions standards define the acceptable pollution limits in exhaust emissions from new vehicles sold in European … Continued

Brand New Website Launched

Following a lot of hard work our new website was finally launched last week. As you can see, as well as looking great, it has greatly expanded the amount of information available about the company and allows us to showcase some of the fantastic projects we have been involved with. It has been designed with … Continued

Government Plans for Tackling Air Quality Released

The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has recently released a Draft Air Quality Plan to set out what the government is doing, and intends to do, to meet the European Union limit values for nitrogen dioxide (NO2) as soon as possible. The document has the potential to affect future development and industrial … Continued

Project Milestone

Earlier this week Redmore Environmental reached the significant milestone of 50 projects completed since its inception in March 2015. With sites covering the length and breadth of the British Isles, the assessments have ranged from air quality support to residential developments in London and Manchester, to dispersion modelling of biomass energy centres in Greenock and … Continued

New Air Quality and Planning Guidance Launched

Environmental Protection UK (EPUK) and the Institute for Air Quality Management (IAQM) have recently launched their completed ‘Guidance on land-use planning and development control: Planning for air quality’ document. Two years in development, and produced by a working group consisting of air quality professionals and regulatory bodies, the guidance updates and replaces the 2010 EPUK … Continued