1. How much of your transport budget has been spent on air pollution work, or will be spent, for each year from 2010-11 to 2017-18.
There is no specific budget for air pollution work. A large number of schemes are designed to help address air pollution issues, directly or indirectly, as part of their objectives.
2. How much of your public health budget has been spent on air pollution work for each year from 2010-11 to 2017-18.
There is no specific budget for air pollution work but a number of initiatives and campaigns help to address the issues
3. If your air pollution work has not come under either the transport or public health budgets please list which budget line this came under and how much was spent for each year from 2010-11 to 2017-18 and which budget line this falls under.”
There are no specific air pollution budget lines within the County Council but many of the authority’s activities from managing and designing school buildings to managing the transport network and the authority’s own estate have an impact.
Activities and projects are therefore managed with air pollution impacts in mind.
The overall approach to local air quality management work is led by District Councils and the two Unitary Authorities in Devon. Therefore Devon County Council does not hold any information and we would recommend that you approach the relevant district or unitary council for any particular area that you are interested in.