Jul 24 2015

Contribute to BCAG

The Breathe Clean Air Group has been active for 5 years now and has done a massive amount of work campaigning against the proposed Davyhulme Incinerator. We are also engaged in monitoring air quality/pollution in the Urmston/Davyhulme area to try to establish current pollution levels and to use this as a base-line if the incinerator …

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Apr 29 2015

Clean Air Boost for Davyhulme


The UK Supreme Court ruling issued today (29th April 2015) gives new hope to the people of Trafford and Greater Manchester for the right to breathe clean air. The UK’s highest court has quashed the Government’s ineffective plans to cut illegal levels of air pollution and ordered it to deliver new plans by the end …

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Apr 16 2015

BBC Radio Manchester Interview with BCAG & Healthy Air UK about UK Air Pollution and the Client Earth Supreme Court Hearing


Mar 22 2015

FULL COUNCIL MEETING – Wednesday 25th March : Labour Motion submitted against BREP

There is a meeting of all Trafford Councillors on Wednesday 25th March at the Trafford Town Hall. This is a regular council meeting, but the Labour Group has put forward a motion again rejecting the BREP Development and asking for clear commitment from the council. This is a public meeting, meaning that anyone can attend and observe from …

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Mar 04 2015


To be read in conjunction with Press Release dated 22nd February 2015 entitled: BCAG MISLED BY INCINERATOR “ON HOLD” NEWS. This afternoon the Breathe Clean Air Group (BCAG) attended a meeting with Trafford Council Leader Sean Anstee and Cllr Lisa Cooke to try and clarify recent announcements concerning the Davyhulme Incinerator. On the afternoon of 11th February, …

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Feb 22 2015


Fundraising Events

The Breathe Clean Air Group says that it has been misled when informed that the Davyhulme Incinerator has been put on hold. The campaign group had been given a strong indication that Peel’s Davyhulme Incinerator plans could be scrapped. However, Peel has stated to the contrary, and that the delay is because they are looking …

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