July 10, 2020
  • 6:14 pm Emergency measures? What does this mean?
  • 12:29 pm Our response to Brent’s Draft COVID-19 Transport Recovery Plan
  • 7:19 pm Covid-19 Road Space: update
  • 10:13 pm Submit locations for emergency road space
  • 6:43 pm A shared future: post-Covid-19 local transport

Brent Council proposed the introduction of 25 bicycle hangars in Brent in February 2020. Brent Cycle Campaign responded to every consultation supporting the bike hangar with the following text.

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Brent Council consulted on changes to Church Lane NW9. Proposing a speed table at this location. Brent Cycling Campaign opposed this scheme and responded as follows.

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Quick Win Queens Park | Brent Cycling Campaign

Brent Council is asking for ideas to use the Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (NCIL). Follow our quick guide to help push for Space for Cycling in Brent. 1. Open the Brent NCIL Consultation. 2. Question 3: Rank Climate Change and Ecology and Roads and Transport as your top priorities. 3. Question 4: Copy the following […]

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Free Parking | Brent Cycling Campaign

Extracts first published in the Brent & Kilburn Times on 12/12/2019 Last December, I started a discussion with Brent Council over its “historic good-will gesture” of free parking over the Christmas period. I was encouraged by the reply I got which included: “The offer could change in future […] We are very much working towards […]

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Brent Breathes | Brent Cycling Campaign

A newly-published inquiry report has called for a “step-change” in the way the Council tackles air pollution, and has made a series of recommendations.

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We know Brent is among the worst places in London for road safety. We know that there are simple fixes which can make local areas better for everyone. But what response is there? Concerted efforts by campaigners for cleaner air, better transport, and a response to the climate crisis are getting through in Brent. Over […]

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In October 2019 Brent Council consulted on a 20 mph Zone in Barn Hill, encompassing a large number of residential roads North-East of The Avenue. Brent Cycling Campaign discussed this proposal and sent the following response. In summary we are in favour of 20 mph zones; however, these must be combined with restrictions to rat […]

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Car Free Day 2019 | Brent Cycling Campaign

On Sunday 22 September, London saw more than 300 Play Streets, events across 15 borough and 27km of road turned into spaces, free of motor-traffic as the world celebrated Car-Free Day. Brent had 8 such events as residents applied to reclaim a portion of their road and turn them into a Play Streets or have […]

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car free day 2019 | Brent Cycling Campaign

To celebrate Car Free Day 2019, join us for a cycle tour of the play streets and street parties organised around Brent.

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This is the response on behalf of Brent Cycling Campaign to the Safer Junctions – Edgware Road and Harrow Road consultation. We are the local group of the London Cycling Campaign in Brent, representing approximately 250 supporters in the London Borough of Brent, and anyone else who wishes to improve facilities for cycling within and […]

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