April 15, 2024
  • 9:06 pm FREE Cycling Activities and rides
  • 1:46 pm Draft Brent Active Travel Implementation Plan 2024-2029
  • 3:24 pm Wembley Central to Willesden Junction Cycleway: A Significant Opportunity for Better Walking and Cycling in Brent
  • 6:59 pm Wembley to Willesden Junction walking and cycling changes
  • 10:00 pm AGM 2023
  • 12:31 pm Climate Ambassadors

Brent Cycling Campaign responded to the Draft Brent Active Travel Implementation Plan 2024-2029 in January 2024. Brent Council published the consultation report in Spring 2024, with a final version of the Plan expected in June 2024. Consultation Report BCC have briefly summarised some key findings from the consultation report below. BCC Response This is the […]

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A separate Cycleway opposite a green space and a cycle and pedestrian crossing. Courtesy TfL.

New proposals to improve walking and cycling between Wembley Central and Harlesden are an important opportunity for Brent. Brent Cycling Campaign welcomes and supports plans by Transport for London and Brent Council for safer streets, new cycle lanes, and new pedestrian crossings.

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Wembley to Willesden Junction | Brent Cycling Campaign

Transport for London (TfL) and the London Borough of Brent have resumed work on proposed improvements between Wembley and Willesden Junction. The current engagement is a continuation of what had commenced in early 2020 but was paused due to the pandemic. Since March 2023, TfL has had a live Ideas Board where residents and visitors […]

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Church End Master Plan | Brent Cycling Campaign

Brent Council are seeking views on their draft Church End Master Plan. The vision is promising as demonstrated by this illustration (page 5), which was also used when this plan was presented to the cabinet in a meeting on the 12th of September 2022. But we fear the lack of details may not lead the […]

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Transport Strategy | Brent Cycling Campaign

The Council is consulting on a new draft plan of its Long Term Transport Strategy (LTTS). The deadline for responding is Wednesday 23 March 2022. This sets out priorities and proposals for improving the transport system in Brent over the next 20 years. This is an update of the current strategy which you can remind […]

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Consultation drawing | Brent Cycling Campaign

This is the response from Brent Cycling Campaign (first posted on 24 May 2021, to the above consultation (this section of the council’s website has been transferred to this new platform and there is no longer access to previous consultations…). However, the council is consulting again and this is the new link. [22/09/2021 – UPDATE: […]

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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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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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Crashmap Northwick Park area | Brent Cycling Campaign

Ahead of the planning committee meeting which took place on Monday 29th March, we submitted this joint response with Harrow Cyclists – Healthy Streets for Harrow. This sets out our main concerns and makes recommendations as well as proposes an alternative design. You can also read an account of the committee on the Wembley Matters […]

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