Glasgow's city centre Low Emission Zone (LEZ) will come into force on 1 June 2023.
A grace period however means that zone residents have extra time to comply.
For vehicles registered to a residential property within the zone area, LEZ enforcement will not start until 1 June 2024.
Some residential properties just outside the LEZ boundary may also benefit from the residents' grace period - with properties situated within the undernoted controlled parking zones also eligible:
A full list of streets/roads eligible for the residents' grace period can be viewed by clicking on this link to the LEZ Residents' Road Register [133kb].
Zone residents who require the benefit of the grace period are required to make an application to the council. It will not be automatically applied.
IMPORTANT - There is no need to make an application if any of the following applies:
If you do need to apply for a residents' grace period, you should do so as soon as possible. Applications can only be considered however, if all the following conditions are met:
The residents' grace period will expire on 31 May 2024. Any entry to Glasgow's LEZ following this date by a vehicle which does not meet the LEZ emission standards, will be subject to a penalty charge.
You can find out more about Glasgow's LEZ scheme by clicking on this link.