Parking and travel
London Ultra-Low Emission Zone consultation
Residents who travel into Greater London are being advised of Transport for London (TfL) proposals to extend the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ).
Mayor Sadiq Khan has launched a consultation on proposals that would see the ULEZ expand across the whole of Greater London to its boundaries with Essex and other counties.
Have your say on our proposals to help improve air quality, tackle the climate emergency and reduce congestion in London.
We’re proposing to extend the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) London-wide in August 2023.
Most drivers already have compliant vehicles and would not have to pay the ULEZ charge. Drivers of non-compliant vehicles would pay £12.50 per day to drive within Greater London.
We would like to hear your views on our proposals to:
- Extend the ULEZ London-wide
- Remove the £10 Auto Pay annual registration fee for the ULEZ, the Congestion Charge and the Low Emission Zone (LEZ)
- Increase the penalty charge amount from £160 to £180 for the ULEZ and the Congestion Charge
- Update the Mayor’s Transport Strategy with proposals for the ULEZ expansion London-wide
We would also like to know your views on how we can shape the future of road user charging.
- EFDC’s Response to TfL Consultation on Proposals to Extend the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) (pdf 126KB)
Find out more
Visit the TfL consultation website for more information including:
- Easy read versions of the TfL information and consultation survey
- British Sign Language video of the TfL proposals
- More detailed information, including Frequently Asked Questions