September 19, 2021
  • 9:40 pm Code Red. Choose Cycling
  • 4:26 pm SCRA Post Lockdown Party
  • 7:26 pm Streetspace One Year On
  • 8:49 pm Healthy Streets Scorecard
  • 10:28 am Kilburn High Road TO-30-029-np
Choose Cycling | Brent Cycling Campaign

“The frequency and intensity of hot extremes, including marine heatwaves, have increased in recent decades and are projected to keep increasing regardless of the greenhouse gas emissions scenario. Critical thresholds relevant for ecosystems and humans are projected to be exceeded for global warming of 2°C and higher (high confidence).” Sixth Assessment Report, Working Group I […]

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Brent Cycling Campaign Stall | Brent Cycling Campaign

On Saturday 24th July the Sudbury Court Residents Association (SCRA) held a post lockdown party at St Cuthbert’s Church, North Wembley. The SCRA represents about 2800 households in the Sudbury Court and Pebworth Estates in Brent, and they kindly invited Brent Cycling Campaign to have a stall at this community event. Being the first such […]

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Brent Healthy Neighbourhoods | Brent Cycling Campaign

One year ago, the government set out a determined Active Travel agenda which mandated local authorities all over the country to make space for measures to support walking and cycling. One year on, the Department for Transport reiterated its resolute to continue with those measures and provided further guidance to local authorities. For instance, the […]

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Healthy Streets Scorecard | Brent Cycling Campaign

2021 Healthy Streets Scorecard results The latest Scorecard results are out, and you can view them here. And watch the video of the event when results were announced, featuring Cllr Shama Tatler, Brent Council’s Lead Member for Regeneration, Property & Planning. We need to stress here, that for Brent, the Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) map […]

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Brent Council consulted on changing the bus lane times on Kilburn High Road to include 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sundays. This is in addition to present bus lanes operating at 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. to 7.00 p.m. on Monday to Friday and between 10.00 a.m. and 7.00 p.m. on […]

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School Streets | Brent Cycling Campaign

Building on its previous programme, Brent Council rolled out a number of Emergency School Streets schemes in September last year, as part of its Covid Transport Recovery Plan. They were implemented as an urgent response to the need for more space outside schools to enable safe distancing, to keep children away from motor traffic danger […]

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Carlton Vale | Brent Cycling Campaign

It’s almost time for our Annual General Meeting again! The date is set! It will be on Tuesday 7th September at 7pm. This will be an online meeting again this year. Do register to attend via the link below. Our special guests are Cllr Shama Tatler (Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Planning) and Cllr Muhammed […]

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Consultation drawing | Brent Cycling Campaign

This is the response from Brent Cycling Campaign, to the above consultation. Overall verdict We oppose the scheme. We are immensely disheartened to find the scheme’s proposed improvements for walking are heavily counterbalanced by regressive measures, adding danger to the junction and a considerably more unpleasant experience for cycling including mobility cycling. We outline this […]

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Pop up Harrow Road Cycle Lane | Brent Cycling Campaign

Following up on our recommendations detailed in this post, this is the response from Brent Cycling Campaign, the local group of London Cycling Campaign. We represent around 300 supporters (with around 200 paid-up members) and attempt to represent the interests of all who cycle or would like to cycle in NW London. We support this […]

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There has never been a more important mayoral election. The decisions take over the next 3 years will impact London for the next decade. We need the next mayor to build on the proactive response to the covid crisis, transforming the streets so that walking, cycling and public transport are the natural choices. Creating a […]

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