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Provision of Southampton Road Transport Fleet Survey in support of the clean airzone feasibility/penalty study

  Southampton United Kingdom — 
Published July 22, 2016 — Deadline August 9, 2016 (a year ago)
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Notice type
Contract notice
Buyer category
Other
Value
€50.00k
1.1. The UK government is committed to improving the UK’s air quality, reducing health impacts, and fulfilling our legal obligations. The Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) published Air quality in the UK: A plan to reduce nitrogen dioxide emissions in December 2016. In order to bring the UK into legal compliance and to reduce concentrations of nitrogen dioxide below 40 μg/m3 the plan proposes to introduce Clean Air Zones (CAZ) in five cities, including Southampton. These Zones will introduce penalty charges for the most polluting vehicles. A national framework and legislation to facilitate this are expected in 2016/17. Government have allocated funding to support those local authorities affected. Southampton City Council (SCC) are working closely with colleagues in Defra and DfT to develop the framework and Southampton’s own implementation plan with the aim of introducing penalty charges in 2019. It is currently engaged in designing and procuring a feasibility study that will assist in designing how the penalty charging system will operate.

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Fact Sheet

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Id
288f2315-cc25-4220-a066-f81c7cd9e32f
Email
sub100k@southampton.gov.uk
Address
Civic Centre
Town
Southampton
Postcode
SO18 7RT
Country
England
Identifier
SCC-VF-212
Title
Provision of Southampton Road Transport Fleet Survey in support of the clean airzone feasibility/penalty study
Description
1.1. The UK government is committed to improving the UK’s air quality, reducing health impacts, and fulfilling our legal obligations. The Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) published Air quality in the UK: A plan to reduce nitrogen dioxide emissions in December 2016. In order to bring the UK into legal compliance and to reduce concentrations of nitrogen dioxide below 40 μg/m3 the plan proposes to introduce Clean Air Zones (CAZ) in five cities, including Southampton. These Zones will introduce penalty charges for the most polluting vehicles. A national framework and legislation to facilitate this are expected in 2016/17. Government have allocated funding to support those local authorities affected. Southampton City Council (SCC) are working closely with colleagues in Defra and DfT to develop the framework and Southampton’s own implementation plan with the aim of introducing penalty charges in 2019. It is currently engaged in designing and procuring a feasibility study that will assist in designing how the penalty charging system will operate.
Description
pollution investigation services, chemicals and oil pollution investigation services, gasworks site investigation, chemical works or oil refinery waste site investigation, other pollution investigation services, oil depot or terminal site investigation, industrial site investigation, industrial waste site investigation, wood treatment plant site investigation, dry cleaning plants site investigation, foundry site investigation, recycling plant site investigation, food processing plant site investigation, services related to air pollution, air quality management, transboundary air pollution management or control services, purchase of co2 emission credits, air pollution protection services, air pollution monitoring or measurement services, toxic gas detection services, methane monitoring, carbon dioxide monitoring services, airborne particle monitoring, ozone depletion monitoring services
Published Date
2016-07-22T14:48:22.9533536+00:00
Deadline Date
2016-08-09T00:00:00
Value Low
50000.0
Region
South East
Start
2016-09-01T00:00:00
End
2016-11-30T00:00:00
Type
Contract
Status
Open
Is Suitable For Sme
true
Is Suitable For Vco
false
Last Notifiable Update
2016-07-22T14:48:22.9533536+00:00
Organisation Name
SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL
Sector
Construction and Real Estate, Environment and Sanitation
Ojeu Contract Type
Services
Is Framework Agreement
false
Is Extension Possible
false
Created Date
0001-01-01T00:00:00
Last Updated Date
0001-01-01T00:00:00
Is Published
true
Is Pre Awarded
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Name
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Code
90715000
Description
Pollution investigation services
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90731000
Description
Services related to air pollution
Changed By User
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Date Changed
2016-07-22T14:48:23.017
Published Notice Id
288f2315-cc25-4220-a066-f81c7cd9e32f
Reason
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Version Number
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