Next year on 29th August 2023, owners of non-compliant cars in Enfield will have to pay £12.50 Per Day to drive them under Labour's ULEZ. Enfield North conservatives stand with our residents in opposing.
Nick Rogers, transport spokesperson for City Hall’s Conservative group, said that “now is not the time” to expand the zone and “hammer” more Londoners with the £12.50 levy. He said: “The official report from TfL shows an overwhelming majority – about 60% – of respondents are opposed to Sadiq Khan’s damaging plans to expand Ulez. This increases to 68% when you exclude organised campaigns, and a staggering 80% of people who work in outer London are against. “Now is not the time to hammer Londoners with a £12.50 daily cost-of-living charge. Residents have made their views very clear to the mayor: they do not want the Ulez expansion. The mayor must listen to them, scrap these plans and use the £250 million saved on real measures that tackle air pollution.” Tweet #KhansCarTax
Read the article here: Enfield Dispatch | Ulez set to cover whole of London by next summer.
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