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ULEZ Scrappage Scheme – vehicle donation with British Ukrainian Aid

Successful applicants to the Mayor of London’s ULEZ scrappage scheme can choose to donate their non-ULEZ compliant vehicle to support humanitarian and medical needs in Ukraine, as a result of the on-going war there, in return for the same level of grant payment that is available to those who choose to scrap their vehicle.

The donation scheme is open to all London residents eligible for the scrappage scheme; residents, small businesses, sole traders and charities with vehicles that do not comply with the ULEZ emissions standards.

Transport For London (TFL) are working with UK registered charity British-Ukrainian Aid (BUAid) to facilitate the donation of vehicles to Ukraine. BUAid welcome all vehicle types but have a particular need for vans, minibuses and 4x4s.

Click on the button below to find out more about the Mayor’s scrappage scheme:

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For more information about BUAid, please visit the BUAid’s website here.

The ULEZ scrappage scheme provides grant payments to successful applicants to scrap, donate or retrofit vehicles that do not meet the emissions standards and switch to cleaner, greener modes of transport. The most recent available data, as of 26 May 2024, shows that 52,135 applications have been approved and nearly £179 million has been committed.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with TFL here.

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