Enter a street name, postcode or landmark in the search box to see its location in relation to the charging zones. View zones to show/hide their areas. To see if an address is inside or outside the zones, use the postcode search instead.
Enter a postcode to see if it's inside one or more of the charging zones. Results will not be displayed on the map.
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Click View zones to also check the Congestion Charge, ULEZ and DVS zones.
All roads within Greater London, those at Heathrow and parts of the M1 and M4 are included. However, the M25 is not included (even where it passes within the GLA boundary). Look out for signs at the boundary and side of the road to see where LEZ applies. Find out more about the road signs and how the LEZ works.
The LEZ is not the same as the Congestion Charge zone in Central London and the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ). The Congestion Charge applies 07:00-22:00, every day, except Christmas Day (25 December). The ULEZ operates 24 hours a day, every day of the year except Christmas Day (25 December).
If you drive within the charging zone during these times you may need to pay the Congestion Charge and/or Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), even if you meet the LEZ emissions standards or have paid the daily LEZ charge.
LEZ charges do not apply to vehicles when they're parked within the zone and not driving.
If you drive an HGV over 12 tonnes in Greater London at any time you will need an HGV Safety Permit to show that your vehicle meets the new Direct Vision Standard (DVS). Vehicles without a permit will be subject to a penalty charge notice. Applying for a permit is free.
Enforcement will be introduced from 1 March 2021. This was postponed to give affected businesses more time to meet the new standards as they face intense demands from the coronavirus pandemic.
Once enforcement starts, vehicles without a permit may receive a penalty charge notice (PCN).
Tougher emissions standards for the Low Emission Zone (LEZ) will be introduced from 1 March 2021. This was postponed to give affected businesses more time to meet the new standards as they face intense demands from the coronavirus pandemic.
Heavy vehicles including lorries, buses, coaches and specialist vehicles will need to meet Euro VI (NOx and PM) emissions standards or pay a daily charge to drive within the Greater London area.
Our vehicle checker will show if you're likely to be affected by changes to the LEZ emissions standards.
The ULEZ boundary around central London will be extended to create a larger zone up to, but not including, the North and South Circular Roads. Find out how to prepare for the ULEZ expansion.