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air pollutionAir Quality Management Areas

Eastleigh Borough Council have declared three 'Air Quality Management Areas' (AQMA).  These are areas where levels of air pollution are not meeting the required standards.  Two of the AQMA's are in Eastleigh and one in Bursledon.  All three AQMA's have been declared because levels of the pollutant nitrogen dioxide are too high, the primary source of this is road traffic.
 
The Eastleigh Air Quality Management Area 2005 (1) covers Leigh Road, Romsey Road, Southampton Road and Wide Lane and was declared on 16th February 2005.  

Eastleigh AQMA Order 2005

Eastleigh AQMA Map 2005
Properties affected Eastleigh AQMA


The Eastleigh Air Quality Management Area 2006 (1) covers properties close to the M3 motorway between junctions 12 and 14, and was declared on 3rd July 2006.   

M3 AQMA Order 2006

M3 AQMA Map 2006
Properties affected M3 AQMA

The Eastleigh Air Quality Management Area 2006 (2) covers a small number of properties close to Hamble Lane, Bursledon between the junctions with Portsmouth Road and Jurd Way, and was declared on 3rd July 2006. 

Hamble Lane AQMA Order 2006

Hamble Lane AQMA Map 2011

Properties affected Hamble Lane AQMA

The Botley Air Quality Management Area 2011 covers properties along the High Street in Botley and was declared in June 2011.

 

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