The Air Quality Hub is a new, free online knowledge sharing resource for those working in the field of local air quality management. Focused on information exchange between local authority professionals, the Hub features a range of content areas related to strategy measures that local authorities can adopt, as well as more specific practitioner advice notes that focus on various aspects of air quality management planning, monitoring and enforcement. The Hub also includes a growing library of relevant case studies and a forum for direct peer to peer communication. The funding for the project is via a Defra air quality grant.

The Air Quality Hub will be officially launched on the 26th November and eligible practitioners are invited to join the Hub managers for an hour on Zoom @ 1pm to learn what it does and how it can help you on an ongoing basis. There are also lots of opportunities to help your fellow practitioners by contributing your own real-world experience and best practice advice.

If you’re working in local or national government, other national bodies or in academia and would like to join us, please email to receive joining instructions.

Academics and public sector professionals with a legitimate interest in air quality management can also access the site and forum, subject to specific approval. The Air Quality Hub is not currently available for commercial organisations.

The Low Emission Partnership, which developed and operates the Hub, is seeking case studies for a number of strategy areas that are currently under-represented on the Hub, and welcome ad hoc submissions or enquiries about becoming a regular content contributor.

Please contact for more information.