TfL has re-launched its enhanced delicensing fund that supports taxi drivers who want to delicense their Euro 3, 4 or 5 vehicles.
Following the announcement of £24m funding from the Mayor, TfL has restructured the taxi delicensing scheme.
Top payments of £10,000 are available to the first 1,250 applicants, with tiered payment levels available to subsequent applicants on a first come, first served basis:
If you are the owner of a diesel taxi that is less than 15 years old you may be able to surrender your taxi vehicle licence and plate in exchange for a payment from TfL. Once a taxi vehicle licence has been surrendered and the vehicle delicensed it cannot be licensed in London again.
Check whether you are eligible for the scheme under these Terms and Conditions.
Please ensure you have carefully read and understood the Terms and Conditions before applying.
To apply for a delicensing grant you will need your vehicle registration number, Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and vehicle licence number to complete the application, as well as an email address we can contact you on.
Apply for your taxi delicensing payment.
Following the launch of a new Enhanced Taxi Delicensing Scheme on 15th January 2019, the original delicensing scheme (anyone who applied before 2019) has been discontinued.
We kindly ask that you do not chase for a response as we will be in touch with you.
Please note, the scheme is only available to Hackney Carriages; Private Hire Vehicles are not eligible for this scheme.
Following a public consultation, we will be introducing changes to taxi vehicle age limits and exemptions. These changes are being introduced in order to reduce harmful emissions from taxis and improve air quality in the capital.
The taxi age limits consultation report and decision paper which summarises the consultation report and makes recommendations to the Commissioner, is available for download.
Please visit our Emission Standards for Taxis page for more information about how this may affect you.
A brand new £5 million fund to help owners of eligible Euro 5 taxis to convert to Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG), a much cleaner fuel system, has been created.
Independent testing shows that an average TX4 taxi emits over 70 per cent less NOx after being converted to run on LPG. Trials also show that drivers of LPG-converted taxis can save around £200 a month in fuel costs.
A limited number of LPG conversion grants will be made available to drivers of eligible Euro 5 taxis to support the shift of those vehicles with the worst NOx emissions to cleaner vehicles..
If you wish to express interest in applying for an LPG conversion grant, please email TaxiDelicensing@tfl.gov.uk. This will enable us to contact you when the application process opens later this year. This expression of interest does not constitute an application.