Halton residents are being asked for their views on air quality in the borough and how any issues could be dealt with.

The Council has launched a survey and will use the responses to inform an Air Quality Strategy for the borough which is currently being drafted.

The aim is to find out what people think of the air quality in Halton, what they think the Council should do about any poor air quality, and what people are willing and able to do themselves to reduce the impact of this.

Please complete the survey here – https://webapp.halton.gov.uk/survey_snap/airquality.htm

Cllr Stef Nelson, the Council’s portfolio holder for the environment, says: “The Council takes the issue of air quality very seriously and continually strives to ensure air quality in Halton is as good as it can be.

“The strategy will set out our aspirations for improving and maintaining healthy air quality in the borough, to help protect public health and the environment. We all have a role in this, so it is important that we have the views of Halton residents to feed into the strategy. Please fill in the survey and let us know what you think.”