People living in Saffron Walden can win a £100 voucher by taking part in an air quality survey.

Uttlesford District Council is conducting the clear air study, in partnership with Global Action Plan, to gather insights on air quality and residents' winter heating habits.

The information collected will guide efforts to enhance air quality for everyone who lives or works in the town.

The survey closes on Wednesday, February 21 and should take five to 10 minutes to finish.

To show their gratitude, participants can join a draw to win one of three £100 vouchers at the end of the survey.

Residents can take the survey through the dedicated Saffron Walden Residents' Clean Air Survey 2024 site.


More than 800 people responded to a similar survey last summer as part of the council’s wider Saffron Walden Clean Air Project.

The project also includes school education projects, anti-idling initiatives, active travel initiatives, and a campaign to increase awareness of the effects of domestic wood burning on health, finances, and the environment.

More details about the Clean Air Project can be found at