July 20, 2018
  • 9:19 pm RideLondon FreeCycle
  • 5:47 pm Stay Wider of the Rider
  • 4:56 pm Response to the Cycling and Walking Investment Stategy
  • 12:24 am Response to Kensal Corridor Improvements consultation
  • 7:46 am Response to the consultation on the London Plan
Freecycle 2018 | Brent Cyclists

RideLondon FreeCycle – Saturday 28th July The Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle event is an 8-mile circuit of family-friendly traffic-free cycling in central London together with a cycling festival in Green Park. Brent Cyclists will lead a feeder ride from Wembley in Brent to the FreeCycle event. And also a return ride from the FreeCycle event back […]

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Stay Wider | Brent Cycling Campaign

Stay Wider of the Rider London Cycling Campaign launched today ‘Stay Wider of the Rider’ as survey shows fear of “close passing” leads cyclists to change routes and feel intimidated on roads.Two thirds of cyclists say they regularly face road risks due to “close passing” by drivers. Sponsored by Continental Tyres and Uber Eats, the […]

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Brent Cyclists responded to the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy (CWIS) safety review consultation which closed on on 1st June. The UK Government “[Invited] those with an interest in improving safety of cyclists and pedestrians to provide evidence, drawing on experience from the UK or other countries, that can be used to shape future policy […]

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This is the response from Brent Cyclists to the consultation on the Kensal Corridor Improvements. We are the local group of the London Cycling Campaign in Brent. We represent directly about 200 paid-up members who live in the borough, and we also attempt to represent all those who cycle or would like to cycle in […]

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Responses below to various sections in the draft London Plan, with the links to the relevant sections at the top https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/planning/london-plan/new-london-plan/draft-new-london-plan/chapter-10-transport/policy-t2-healthy-streets T2 “We support this move to prioritise active transport over motorised transport.” 10.2.2 “Targets for active tranport, separate from public transport use, are required.” 10.2.6 “Distance possible by cycle is not purely dependent upon […]

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The planning application for this site between the A1 Watford Way and Bunns Lane in Mill Hill is here. Further information on the Barnet Cycling Campaign website. This is a response to the application from Brent Cyclists, the Brent group of the London Cycling Campaign. We wish to object to this application, as the unsatisfactory […]

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22 January 2018 Dear Transport Committee, This response to your call for evidence is from Brent Cyclists, the local group in Brent of the London Cycling Campaign. We answer the questions from a viewpoint of those actively campaigning for better conditions for cycling in an Outer London borough which has had, traditionally, very little accommodation […]

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This is the response from Brent Cyclists to the consultation that ended on 3 January 2018. We do not support these proposals. We support the removal of all motor traffic from Oxford Street, but we believe cycling could and should be accommodated safely on Oxford Street with a clear design that uses a central, two-way […]

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A response to this consultation, closed 15 December 2017. Do you agree with the proposed 20 mph zone? Yes Do you agree with the proposed zebra crossing facility near junction with East lane and three zebra crossings at The Avenue junction with Preston Road? Yes Do you agree with the proposed four uncontrolled crossing facilities […]

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This is the response of Brent Cyclists to the consultation on Kingsbury Town Centre Proposed Public Realm Improvements Scheme (closed 1 December 2017). We approve of this scheme, which is a major improvement on previous proposals, and on the existing design, but have some concerns on the design of the cycle facilities, as follows. 1) Surface […]

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