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To ask the Scottish Government what its position is regarding the banning of most domestic wood burning stoves by 2022, in light of plans by the UK Government to do so.


Answered by Roseanna Cunningham (14/02/2019):

The Scottish Government launched an independently led review of its air quality strategy 'Cleaner Air for Scotland - The Road to a Healthier Future' in November 2018. The issue of domestic wood burning stoves will be considered as part of the review. The review will conclude later in 2019.

 


Current Status: Answered by Roseanna Cunningham on 14/02/2019
 
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