In the Autumn 2013 Brent and Harrow Cyclists Newsletter:
Details of the mini-Holland bids
Cycle gaps created on Hindes Road, Harrow
Harrow messes up the cycle track in Roxeth Green Avenue
Plus dates of rides and meetings
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Brent Cyclists exists to campaign for better cycling conditions in Brent, and to help more people to cycle in Brent.
LCC members who live in Brent are members of Brent Cyclists, and receive our newsletter.
We also represent the interests of all who cycle, or would like to cycle, in Brent, and all interested may join our Yahoo! email group
We have meetings every month and regularly organise rides and social events. These are open to all.
We take part in community events and give information and support to enable more people to cycle in Brent.
There was a report on the BBC, in which LCC's Charlie Lloyd spoke, and the Mayor had to defend his cyclin Read more... »
12 November 2013 Barnet are consulting on 'Section 73' modifications of the Brent Cross Cricklewood planning application, plus proposals to build on the B&Q green space in Cricklewood Lane. There is an exhibition on Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 November from 11am to 8pm at Hendon Leisure Centre, Marble Drive, NW2 1XQ.
Here is Brent Council's submission document for Transport for London's mini-Holland programme, entitled Ways to Wembley.< Read more... »
14 June 2013: We have received a letter from the Brent Cross Cricklewood developers. Read more... »
On Monday 1 May 2013 Brent Cyclists held its biggest meeting to date. About 35 people turned up to the plush Sala Room in the Crown Moran Hotel, Cricklewood, for the launch of Brent Cyclists' Cycling Plan for Brent, and to hear London's Cycling Commissioner, Andrew Gilligan, talk about The Mayor's Vision for Cycling in London and answer questions.
Brent LCC members were joined by some members from Barnet, including the Vice Chair of LCC, some people from the Campaign for Better Transport and the Canal and River Trust, two Brent council officers, and four councillors: the Leader of Brent, Cllr Muhammed Butt, the Lead Member for Children and Families, Cllr. Mary Arnold, the Lead Member for Adults and Health, Cllr Krupesh Hirani, and the Chief Whip, Cllr Shafique Choudhary: a pretty impressive line-up.
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Brent Cyclists has now finalised its Cycling Plan for Brent, put together in response to the Mayor's Vision for Cycling in London. The official launch was at the 2013 Annual Meeting on 1 May. The document may be downloaded below.
This was published in March 2013. It can be read here.
Brent Cyclists warmly welcomes the strategy put forward in this document, and looks forward to working with the Cycling Commissioner, Andrew Gilligan, Transport for London, and Brent Council, in putting it into practice in Brent.
The consultation on Brent's website is here. Read more... »