Air Quality Annual Status Report (ASR)

The Annual Status Report (ASR) provides an overview of air quality in the Royal Borough. It fulfils the requirements of Local Air Quality Management (LAQM) as set out in Part IV of the Environment Act (1995) and the relevant Policy and Technical Guidance documents.

The Royal Borough has declared five Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs), for exceedance of the annual mean objective for nitrogen dioxide, in Windsor (two areas), Maidenhead, Bray (near M4) and Wraysbury (near M25)

  1. Maidenhead AQMA, an enlarged area encompassing the town centre.
  2. Windsor AQMA, an enlarged area encompassing parts of west Windsor.
  3. Bray/M4, an area encompassing part of Bray around the place where the M4 crosses over the A308 Windsor Road.
  4. Wraysbury Road/M25, the area runs along the B376 and intersects with the M25 near junction 13.
  5. St Leonards/Imperial Road junction, an area encompassing the junction of Imperial Road and Leonards Road.

The ASR is an annual requirement showing the strategies employed by the Royal Borough to improve air quality and any progress that has been made and is published in late Summer every year. The most recent version can be found in the download below.

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