IAQM Annual General Meeting 2014

Posted on February 25th, 2015

The IAQM AGM was held on 11th November at Arup, London. Photos, tweets and a video of the event is available through our Storify of the event. [View the story “IAQM AGM – What should be done to improve air quality?” on Storify]

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Chair’s Column – January 2015

Posted on January 29th, 2015

We are now one month into 2015, a year that will no doubt see some interesting developments in the world of air quality.   Most obviously, we have a general election in May that is bound to have some ramifications for us, one way or another, and air quality may even feature in the campaigning. This will also be my last year as your Chair, as by November I will have…

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IAQM response to Defra consultation on LAQM

Posted on January 29th, 2015

This document sets out the response prepared by the IAQM to the consultation on Defra’s current review of Local Air Quality Management in England. Download the IAQM response

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Position Statement: Mitigation of Development Air Quality Impacts

Posted on January 29th, 2015

The IAQM issues Position Statements on: external matters that could affect the way in which Members carry out their professional tasks; or air quality topics and issues where the IAQM believes its collective specialist knowledge gives it a unique perspective from which to give a professional opinion. Members are able to predict the pollution concentrations from/at new developments with an acceptable degree of precision in their Air Quality Assessments. Members…

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Local authority AQMA designation

Posted on January 29th, 2015

Since 1997 all local authorities have been carrying out reviews and assessments of air quality. If this monitoring highlights areas where the national air quality objectives are unlikely to be met, under the Environment Act 1995 they are required to designate an Air Quality Management Area (AQMA). These areas can range in size from one street to very large urban expanses. The local authority is then required to prepare and…

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