September 20, 2020
  • 3:47 pm Annual General Meeting 2020
  • 2:11 pm Gear Change: New walking and cycling government guidance
  • 5:18 pm Electric Vehicle Charging Points (TO-27-004)
  • 6:28 pm Update: Brent Streetspace allocation: £663,976
  • 6:14 pm Emergency measures? What do you mean?
Louis Theroux,AGM | Brent Cycling Campaign

For the first time, our annual general meeting took place online as we are still observing distancing in the wake of Covid19. When Brent Cycling Campaign Met Louis Theroux We were lucky to have celebrity guest, Louis Theroux who kindly agreed to spend some time to chat to us about cycling in Brent. For the […]

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Gear Change | Brent Cycling Campaign

The Prime Minister promised a “new golden age for cycling” in May as the country looked for ways to come out of the Covid19 crisis and get people back to the ‘new normal’. The end of July saw a series of documents published outlining and supporting that strategy. Transforming infrastructure through building thousands of miles […]

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In July 2020 Brent Council consulted on Traffic Order TO-27-004. This proposed to introduce Electric Vehicle Charging Points at 26 locations within Brent. Brent Cycling Campaign considered our view at an ordinary meeting, alongside the London Cycling Campaign’s Climate Safe Streets report, and submitted the following response to the council.

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Steetspace London | Brent Cycling Campaign

The full allocation of funding from the Streetspace Emergency Active Travel Fund was announced on Friday 10 July. Brent received a total of £663,976 to spend on schemes which include low traffic neighbourhoods, school streets and cycle lanes. This funding comes from the Department for Transport (DfT) via Transport for London (TfL). Local authorities were […]

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Brent Streetspace Map | London Cycling Campaign

Do you know your school streets from your low traffic neighbourhoods? Find out what are the measures planned to enable distancing after lockdown.

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Pop-up cycle lane in Kingston. Photo by John Dales | Brent Cycling Campaign

This is Brent Cycling Campaign’s response to the Council’s Draft Covid-19 Transport Recovery Plan.

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Steetspace London | Brent Cycling Campaign

Looking back at the many transport and active travel related announcements made this week as we continue to look beyond covid19.

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New DfT sign | Brent Cycling Campaign

Suggest locations where the council needs to make Space for Distancing.

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Active Travel Space for Distancing | Brent Cycling Campaign

We are calling on Brent Council’s Chief Executive, Carolyn Downs, Strategic Directors, Phil Porter (Community Wellbeing) and Amar Dave (Regeneration and Environment) to work with Transport for London in implementing the necessary measures, through a Local Transport Action Plan, to provide the space we need to comply with distancing safely.

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A404 Unhealthy Streets | Brent Cycling Campaign

Find out more about Healthy Streets and engage with TfL and Brent Council over the proposed Wembley to Willesden Junction.

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