Richmond Council Looks to Encourage Eco-Friendly Cars
Richmond Council is looking at plans to use the CPZ parking permit fees to encourage cars with low CO2 emissions. The current proposal would actually lower the cost of permits for people with smaller, more efficient cars, but raise the price of a permit by 200% for the worst polluters.
According to a recent survey by primemove.com, Richmond borough is one of the most likely to have large 4×4s, 63% more likely than the average area in London, with 5,099 cars registered since 2001.
|Local authority||Index*||Number of Cars**|
|City of London||513||706|
|Kensington & Chelsea||215||7,252|
* Index score: likelihood of owning a 4×4 where norm is 100
** Number registered since 2001
Richmond Council is asking for feedback on this proposal with an online questionnaire
7 November 2006 | Category » news