ULEZ: Full list of Hertfordshire roads in the new zone edge £12.50 charge

London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will expand across the capital city this summer, as it approaches Hertfordshire and affects border residents. Herts drivers driving within the zone whose vehicle does not meet the authority’s Low Emission Zone (LEZ) requirements could face a daily charge of £12.50, including the extended area from 29 August.

Drivers of the most polluting vehicles will pay a charge to use their vehicles in most of Greater London, limited to the areas of Cheshunt, Barnet, Borehamwood and Northwood. Land Rovers have been noted to not meet the LEZ criteria.

These include: all Defenders (88, 90, 109, 110, 127, and 130, excluding truck variants); all Defenders built with ten or more seats, including the driver’s seat; Freelander Commercial, Discovery, or Discovery Series 2 Commercial; and conversions such as those used as an ambulance or motor home.


This comes after a war of words broke out between some local authority leaders in Hertfordshire and London Mayor Sadiq Khan, with Borough Council Leader Richard Roberts vowing “not to support” banners or cameras on the ground. from Hertfordshire.

However, Khan said he would go ahead with the move because pollution “is still a matter of life and death in London.” Some Hertfordshire roads, located at or just next to its boundary, have thankfully been lost in the new larger area by a small distance.

Herts drivers on these roads making trips into the ULEZ zone will continue to be penalized. But here’s a full list of Hertfordshire streets that just lost the £12.50 fee:


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