ULEZ - Stop Labour's tax on driving

The Labour Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has introduced an Ultra Low Emission Zone in Central London, covering the same area as the Congestion Charging zone.

He also plans to expand the Ultra Low Emission Zone out to the A406 and A205, North and South Circular roads in October 2021. This will mean anybody driving within the zone in a non-exempt vehicle, having to pay £12.50. The charge will apply 24/7/365 and there are no resident discounts or exemptions.

So if you went from Chingford or Highams Park to Whipps Cross Hospital, or to Westfield Shopping Centre, or to Waltham Forest Town Hall, you would be charged £12.50 if you vehicle was not exempt from the charge. We think this is wrong and will hit older and lower paid people who cannot afford to change their vehicles. 

You can check if your vehicle is exempt or not, here: http://tiny.cc/checkmyvehicle.

Please take our survey to let us know what you think about the proposed expansion.

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Ultra Low Emission Zone Survey

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Were you aware of the introduction of the ULEZ in Central London from May 2019?
The Central London ULEZ applies within the Congestion Charging area in Central London. This means vehicles which are not exempt are charged £12.50 to drive within the zone 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
Were you aware of the proposed expansion of the ULEZ out to the North & South Circular roads in October 2021?
The expansion of the ULEZ from October 2021 will mean any non-exempt vehicle which is driven inside the zone will have to pay a daily charge of £12.50. There are no residents exemptions and the charge is payable 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
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