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12 UK cities have been shortlisted as part of the government’s ‘Go Ultra Low’ City Scheme.

Details of the scheme were announced last September. A total of 12 cities have successfully reached the third, final application, phase of the funding process. Up to four of the most ambitious, deliverable and measurable plans will win a share of the £35 million investment.


The cities involved are:

– City of York Council

– Department for Regional Development of Northern Ireland

– Dundee City Council

– Greater London Authority

– Leicester City Council

– Milton Keynes Council

– North East Combined Authority

– Nottingham City Council

– Oxford City Council

– Sheffield City Council

– West of England

– West Yorkshire Combined Authority

The scheme rewards cities that show how their plans could be rolled out across the UK, reports OLEV, (Office for Low Emission Vehicles). Applicants should also show how their initiatives complement other schemes in their city, such as wider transport policies like the Low Emission Bus and Taxi Schemes. Those cities that address local air quality issues, particularly in relation to NO2and other particulate matter, will also be considered favourably.

The final 2 – 4 cities achieving a share of the funding will be announced in autumn 2015.

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