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Clean Air Villages 3 – Cleaner deliveries and advice for businesses in Northbank BID

Cross River Partnership (CRP) is delivering the Clean Air Villages 3 project (CAV3), funded by Defra’s Air Quality Grant, with Westminster City Council as the leading partner, to improve local air quality. Working together with Northbank Bid, the CRP’s CAV 3 team are engaging with the food and beverage for a free trial in the local area.  The project would like to consolidate fruit and vegetable deliveries from New Covent Garden Market suppliers, and use zero or ultra-low emission vehicles.

CRP’s CAV 3 team are offering free advice and guidance about deliveries to and from your business in the Northbank area. Guidance can lead to both cost savings as well as air quality improvements.

Link for more information:

  • CleanCar Dongles trials with businesses who are looking to switch to electric vehicle – please contact Laura Jacklin for more information at
  • The CRP Clean Air Villages Directory which lists local businesses who deliver their services by ultra-low emission, to emphasise their initiative in improving local air quality, as well as encourage other businesses to adopt ultra-low methods of delivery. More information with Rachael Aldridge
  • CRP fortnightly LiveShares – online, interactive discussions with industry professionals around air quality, COVID-19 and more. Please see recordings of all past LiveShares here, and check out CRP’s eventbrite page for upcoming events.

If you’re a restaurant in Northbank BID and you receive fruit and vegetable deliveries, then  please contact Project Manager, Kate Fenton: or Project officer, Carina Mesquita: