LAQN Pollution Levels
Tower Hamlets - Victoria Park (closed)
Newham - Cam Road (closed)
Barking and Dagenham - Scrattons Farm (Level 1)
Tower Hamlets - Bethnal Green (closed)
Hackney - Old Street (Level 2)
Tower Hamlets - Mile End Road (Level 1)
Newham - Tant Avenue (closed)
Newham - Wren Close (closed)
Tower Hamlets - Blackwall (Level 3)
City of London - Sir John Cass School (no data)
Bexley - Thamesmead (closed)
Tower Hamlets - Poplar (closed)
City of London - Walbrook Wharf (Level 1)
City of London - Upper Thames Street (Level 2)
Southwark - Tower Bridge Road (no data)
Bexley - Belvedere West FDMS (Level 1)
Bexley - Belvedere West (Level 3)
Bexley - Belvedere (Level 2)
Greenwich - John Harrison Way (Level 1)
Bexley - Belvedere FDMS (Level 1)
Greenwich - Millennium Village (closed)
Greenwich - A206 Burrage Grove (Level 1)
Tower Hamlets - Millwall Park (closed)
Greenwich - Plumstead High Street (Level 3)
Greenwich - Woolwich Flyover (Level 2)
Greenwich - Trafalgar Road (Hoskins St) (Level 1)
Greenwich - Trafalgar Road (closed)
Southwark - Old Kent Road (closed)
Bexley - Bedonwell  (closed)
Lewisham - Mercury Way (closed)
Southwark - A2 Old Kent Road (Level 1)
Lewisham - Deptford (Level 1)
Lewisham - New Cross (Level 2)
Greenwich - Blackheath (Level 1)
Bexley - Slade Green FDMS (Level 1)
Bexley - Slade Green (Level 3)
Lewisham - Loampit Vale (Level 2)
Greenwich - Falconwood (Level 2)
Greenwich - Falconwood FDMS (Level 1)
Greenwich - Westhorne Avenue (Level 3)
Greenwich - Eltham (Level 3)
Lewisham - Honor Oak Park (Level 3)
Lewisham - Catford (Level 1)
Greenwich - Fiveways Sidcup Rd A20 (Level 2)
Crystal Palace - Crystal Palace Parade (closed)

Peak air pollution levels recorded on Sunday 29 March 2020

Low (1-3) Moderate (4-6) High (7-9) Very High (10) Predicted No Index Closed
Very High
Predicted No Index Closed

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Air Quality Index

Index Value: 8 (out of 10)

Air Pollution Band: High

The Government's Health Advice for High Air Pollution:

For the general population: "Anyone experiencing discomfort such as sore eyes, cough or sore throat should consider reducing activity, particularly outdoors."

For at risk individuals: "Adults and children with lung problems, and adults with heart problems, should reduce strenuous physical exertion, particularly outdoors, and particularly if they experience symptoms. People with asthma may find they need to use their reliever inhaler more often. Older people should also reduce physical exertion"

To see more information on the health effects of air pollution and how the index and bands are calculated click here.

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