Caroline Pidgeon has highlighted the issues faced by Londoners who have applied for grants to replace polluting vehicles under the ULEZ scrappage scheme, but have been rejected with no meaningful reason given.
"This is the latest in the long line of problems with the mayor’s botched Ulez expansion process, with constituents also complaining that the forms for the application to the scrappage scheme are complicated and the requirements are difficult to understand.
"The Mayor must get to grips with these issues as an absolute priority. It is unfair in a cost of living crisis that people are missing out on vital financial assistance as a result of bureaucratic problems."
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