Councillors are due to discuss the plans for Oxford's world first zero emissions zone tomorrow.

Last week the council revealed plans for a 'red zone' in the city centre, which would mean drivers will have to pay £10 a day to enter.

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The plan for a 'red zone' aims to cut rush hour pollution in the city centre.

The charging scheme will work in a similar way to the London congestion charge and ultra-low emission zone.

The council expect the scheme to come into force on the 1st December 2020.

However, residents living within the area will receive a 90 per cent discount until 2030.