The council has launched a survey asking residents their views on air quality.
Improving air quality is a key aim to achieving Net Zero. Air pollution can be the greatest environmental risk to public health and there are things we can all do to try and improve the air that we breathe.
To help tackle the issue, the council has launched a survey asking residents for their views on air quality. Responses to the survey will help the council develop its Air Quality Strategy. The strategy will form a shared vision for Knowsley and outline priorities and actions to improve air quality.
Cllr Shelley Powell, Knowsley’s Cabinet Member for Communities and Neighbourhoods said: “Consultations play an important role in helping us understand residents’ views and needs and allow us to shape the way in which services are delivered. We want to hear people’s thoughts in relation to air quality and their opinions regarding the best ways in which to improve it.