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This is the Kent and Medway Air Quality Monitoring Network. The network is funded by the district and borough councils within the county, with an additional contribution from Kent County Council. The aims of the network are to promote the improvement of air quality within the region.

Air Quality Planning Guidance

The Kent and Medway Air Quality Partnership have prepared an Air Quality and Planning technical guidance aimed at local authorities, developers and consultants. It provides advice on how to deal with planning applications that could have an impact on air quality and human health. It is hoped that this guidance document can also help to inform the development of air quality and planning policies and provide a valuable source of information for local authorities. If the procedures in this guidance are followed, it will help to ensure consistency in the approach to dealing with air quality and planning across Kent.

» Download the air quality and planning technical guidance (PDF)