Brent council is inviting residents to have a say on its new Air Quality Action Plan, which sets out 20 key actions to address air pollution in Brent. It describes what the council can do and who the council will work with to improve local air quality.
Community Improvement Levy (CIL) will also be discussed at this meeting organised by the council. When developers receive planning permission for some larger, new developments, they're required to make a payment to the council. This helps fund local infrastructure improvements. Find out more about CIL process and how you can make suggestions for local projects.
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