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The air we breathe

14 July 2016

We monitor various weather and environmental indicators. One of the most significant is the quality of the air. This can vary considerably depending on several factors like the weather and the levels of pollutants. 

Although people with respiratory conditions are most affected by poor air quality, it has an impact on all of us. The Mayor of London @MayorofLondon has plans to improve #AirQuality. If you want to take a quick survey or join in discussions, check out @LDN_talk

 

Improve your business continuity

Businesses of every size need to have plans in place to reduce disruption if an emergency occurs. Working with expert partners, our team developed a range of free resources to help you develop effective business continuity arrangements.

 

Weather and flooding

Met Office 

The forecast is for mainly dry and warm weather in London for the next few days.

There are no weather warnings currently in place for London. View all weather Alerts and Warnings on the Met Office website.

For a detailed weekend weather forecast, see the Met Office website

Environment Agency

There are currently no flood alerts or flood warnings in place for London.

The Live EA Flood Warnings Map has up to date information on river and tidal flooding.

Air Pollution

Air pollution levels are forecast to be Low.

 

Health

If you’re planning on visiting the seaside during this spell of dry, warm weather, stay safe and well by following these RNLI tips for beachgoers, starting with the top two: swim at a lifeguarded beach and check the weather and tide times before you arrive at the beach.

Transport

Transport for London

This weekend there’s planned part closures on the Bakerloo, Piccadilly and London Overground lines.

For full details of all Transport for London services, see the TfL website.

You can see the latest travel advice from London Heathrow and London City Airport.

 

Terrorist Threat Levels

The threat levels are unchanged 

  • International terrorism – Severe (an attack is highly likely)
  • Northern Ireland related terrorism to Great Britain –  Substantial (an attack is a strong possibility)

 

Talk To Us

For more information about how London is preparing for emergencies, as well as useful advice on steps that you can take to protect yourself follow @LDN_prepared on twitter.

Susan, London Resilience Officer