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Timetable The timetable below provides a high-level overview of the indicative timescales leading up to contract award.
Currently the LAQM regime should be considered in terms of technical Review and Assessment Progress Reports and reports to be submitted against progress in Action Plans (Action Plan Progress Reports). If a local authority identifies a risk of air objective exceedences at any time during the reporting years, it should proceed to carry out a Detailed Assessment to formally identify the need to declare and AQMA and its appropriate size and location.
You may also be interested in this FAQ which clarifies about submission of combined Further Assessment and Action Plans.
An air quality action plan should be completed between 12-18 months following the designation of an AQMA. For those authorities with declared AQMAs, and Action Plans in place, annual Action Plan Progress Reports are due to be submitted by the end of April every year. In England, local authorities are encouraged to integrate their action plans into their Local Transport Plans (LTPs). For authorities working on new Detailed Assessments or Updating and Screenings Assessments (in the relevant year), they are also expected to complete an Action Plan progress report each year.
Although there is no requirement to report to DfT on the implementation of Local Transport Plans. Where an action plan is integrated into the LTP local authorities should continue to submit annual updates on the implementation of their action plans to Defra.