Air Quality Hub
Together, New West End Company and our business members are improving air quality, making the West End an even more pleasant place to visit and work.
Cleaner air means better business – taking action on air quality reduces business costs, makes the West End more attractive to customers and meets growing consumer expectations for sustainable business practices.
Use our new Business Assessment Tool to find out what actions your business could take to improve the West End’s air quality and to have your efforts recognised by the Mayor of London-supported West End Air Quality Action Awards.
Help us improve Air Quality through redirecting personal deliveries now
40% of online shopping goes to work addresses, increasing congestion and emissions in the West End. Check out our advice on Redirecting Personal Deliveries for ways employees can redirect their parcels to reduce congestion.
The twelve point matrix below shows what you can do to improve air quality, from quick fixes to long term investments.
The West End Buyers Club hosts details of our preferred suppliers, e.g. First Mile, our preferred supplier for waste. See the case study for more details of the amazing results on waste collection and if you haven’t already, sign up now and start making a difference. Not signed up to First Mile for Waste Collection yet? Join the 81% of businesses who are and help us reduce congestion and improve air quality. Join now
The West End Business Air Quality Action Awards are here to recognise the efforts that local businesses are making to reduce local air pollution. All businesses are welcome to apply for awards in the following categories:
- Emission Reduction (NOx/PM)
- Best Collaborator
- Greenest Building
|Introduction to Air Quality and our strategy to improve the air and make the West End a better place to shop, work and live||Our key members and partners talk about how they are taking action to improve air quality in the West End.|
Click here to find out more about our Air Quality Strategy 2016-2021.
Click here to watch BBC interview on Air Quality given by Steven Medway, Managing Director Trading Environment.