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Last chance to have your say in Worcestershire-wide Air Quality Survey

Residents across the County are being encouraged to take part in an air quality survey being conducted by Worcestershire Regulatory Services (WRS) before it ends in early May.

The survey, which is being delivered in partnership with Worcestershire County Council’s Public Health Team, aims to gather valuable insights from the community to further enhance air quality monitoring and management efforts.

This comes in conjunction with a recent installation of 26 real-time air quality monitors located across the county as part of a three-year DEFRA-funded project to improve air quality in Worcestershire.

The survey will help WRS identify hotspots and ensure that their air quality initiatives align with the needs and priorities of the community, including health.

The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and closes at 11pm on Sunday 12th May. Residents can share their views by visiting

Head of Worcestershire Regulatory Services, Simon Wilkes, said: “We want to understand the motivations behind residents’ and visitors’ behaviour. This knowledge informs our efforts to create a healthier living environment for everyone in Worcestershire. Please take a moment to complete our survey and share your views before the survey ends in May. Your input matters as we look to shape our policies alongside partners in Public Health and local authorities in Worcestershire.”

The survey covers various aspects of air quality, including perceptions, concerns, and suggestions for improvement. By actively participating, residents can contribute to shaping future air quality policies and initiatives tailored to meet the needs of the community.

For more information about the survey or the DEFRA project, please contact WRS Enquiries .

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