Slough Air Quality Action Plan 2024-2028

Closed 27 Apr 2024

Opened 15 Mar 2024


Slough Borough Council are consulting on a draft Air Quality Action Plan (AQAP), which sets out the measures the Council intends to take between 2024 and 2028 to address poor air quality within the borough. This consultation is for all people who work, live, study and visit the Slough borough area.

The action plan outlines an ambition to achieve a boroughwide nitrogen dioxide target concentration of <35μg/m3 by 2028, and to revoke all of Slough Borough Council’s Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs) by 2030. This will be achieved by implementing a suite of measures which fall into the following three broad categories:

Environment – focusing on emission management and reduction of emissions at the source

Transport – focusing on traffic management and infrastructure to support people to choose more sustainable travel methods over private vehicle use  

Health Education & Awareness – focusing on improving the air quality knowledge base across the borough

The summary Air Quality Action Plan is embedded below and is also available to download at the bottom of this page, along with the full Air Quality Action Plan report. 

Please ensure you have viewed the summary before responding to the online survey. 

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Data Protection Statement

This consultation questionnaire and the information we collect will be used for the purposes of evidence-based decision making on Slough Borough Council’s future focus, approach and priorities. We are committed to the principles of the Data Protection Act 2018 and UK General Data Protection Regulations and by continuing to complete this consultation questionnaire you are consenting to us processing this data. 

This will be used to make decisions in a public forum and the results will be published online and anonymous data may be accessed by third parties to validate the results of the consultation.  

We will only retain the data collected for as long as is necessary and, after the period determined by our Data Protection Officer, this data will be destroyed in accordance with our IT and Information Security Procedures.  

Please refer to our data privacy notice at for further details on how we protect your privacy.  

If you have any concerns or questions about how we look after your personal information, please email

Why your views matter

Your views are important to shape the action plan. Consultation feedback will be used to:

  • Make any necessary amendments to the action plan
  • Provide a more specific steer and direction to the measures 
  • Indicate where targeted support is needed for certain groups or locations
  • Inform the delivery plan by highlighting the key air quality priorities 

What happens next

The consultation results will be reviewed and used to update the draft Air Quality Action Plan. A summary of the results will be presented within the updated plan, which will be published prior to presenting to Cabinet.


  • Anyone from any background


  • Local Plan
  • Sustainability Appraisal
  • Local Transport Plan
  • Corporate Plan
  • Air Quality
  • Environmental Services
  • Carbon and Sustainability