Your ideas on air quality could be key to reducing pollution in the Canterbury district.
The city council is holding a public consultation at which it wants to hear residents’ suggestions on improving air quality.
Called an Ideas Lab, it gives people to the chance to talk about air quality issues at a special drop-in session.
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A spokesman said: “This forms part of the council’s wider consultation on its draft air quality action plan, which sets out a variety of measures across five themes – public health, transport, planning and infrastructure, awareness and education and the council’s strategic approach.”
The Ideas Lab takes place at the Guildhall from 3pm to 8pm on Thursday, June 14.