On Friday 25 November 2022, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan announced that he would be going ahead with his expansion of his Ultra Low Emission Zone to the whole of Greater London. This means that from August this year, any vehicle driven into Outer London that doesn’t meet the so called ULEZ compliance will be charged £12.50 per day
From the 29th August, diesel vehicles generally first registered after September 2015 and petrol vehicles generally first registered after 2005 will have to pay £12:50 a day to drive in the ULEZ zone. This means if you live within the zone and just drive to the local supermarket you will have to pay. You will pay to drive to work, to take part in leisure pursuits or to visit relatives, and to enforce this cameras are being put up throughout the zone. These cameras were ordered before the ULEZ consultation was even started and are likely to be used in the future for Pay Per Mile charging.