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Land and properties in air quality management areas

The following is a list of the land and properties declared by the four Air Quality Management Areas within the borough of Charnwood. All descriptive text should be read in conjunction with the relevant air quality maps.


Loughborough

This area is designated in relation to a likely breach of the nitrogen dioxide (annual mean) objective as specified in the Air Quality Regulations (England)(Wales) 2000.

The land of the following highways and all publicly owned land within 10 meters of the kerbside of each highway:

  • Leicester Road, High Street, Swan Street, The Rushes, Derby Road (From The Rushes to Warwick Way), Warwick Way, Epinal Way (From Warwick Way to Shelthorpe Road), Epinal Way Extension, Ashby Road (From Greenclose Lane to Epinal Way), Alan Moss Road (From Epinal Way to Derby Road), Greenclose Lane, Belton Road, Ratcliffe Road, Nottingham Road (From Brush Works entrance to Queens Road).

The following privately owned properties are included because we understand they are used for residential purposes and have a building facade less that 10 meters from the kerbside of the roads listed above:

  • Leicester Road 2, 5a, 36-44, 58-94, 166
  • High Street 3, 35
  • Burton Walks The Lodge
  • The Rushes 4-21, 41
  • Ashby Road 31-59, 67-75, 85-95, 99-115, 119-125, 219, 20-46, 62a-92, 96-108, 142, 148, 150-172, 176, 190-192
  • Ratcliffe Road 8-154, 3-141
  • Glebe Street 32-36
  • Storer Road 1
  • Haydon Road 1&2
  • Brisco Avenue 1&3
  • Derby Road Station Hotel, 25a, 35, 107-151, 187, 191-209, 215-219, 223-225, 46-114, 120-124, 130-142, 156-162
  • Cliffe Avenue 12b, 12d


Syston

This area is designated in relation to a likely breach of the nitrogen dioxide (annual mean) objective as specified in the Air Quality Regulations (England & Wales) 2000.

The land of the A607 highway between the junctions with Wanlip Road and High Street, Syston and all publicly owned land within 10 meters of the kerbside of the highway.

The following privately owned properties are included because we understand they are used for residential purposes and have a building facade less that 10 meters from the kerbside of the roads listed above:

  • Melton Road 1108-1126, 1182-1190, 1238-1260, 1091-1109, 1121-1141, 1163
  • Midland Railway Hotel
  • Sandford Road number 2A


Mountsorrel

This area is designated in relation to a likely breach of the particulate matter (PM10) 24 hour mean National Air Quality Objective as specified in the Air Quality Regulations (England)(Wales) 2000.

  • Hawcliffe Road 49-55 (odd) and 84 & 86 (even)
  • Farnham Court, Bond Lane: 13-24

The designated area also incorporates sections of highways including all publicly owned land within 10 meters of the kerbside of each; 

  • Granite Way, Wood Lane, Rushey Lane, Bond Lane 


Great Central Railway

This area is designated in relation to a likely breach of the sulphur dioxide (fifteen minute mean) objective as specified in the Air Quality Regulations (England)(Wales) 2000.

The area around the Great Central Railway that has been declared is based on computer modelling of the emissions from the railway locomotives at the engine sheds.

The private residential properties contained within the Area are:

  • Queens Road 62-74
  • Warner Place 33-39
  • Morris Close 5-65, Taylor House
  • Holbein Close 2-18, 1-39
  • Wolsey Way 19-45, 18-40
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