October 22, 2021
  • 9:40 pm Code Red. Choose Cycling
  • 9:06 pm FREE Cycling Activities in Brent
  • 9:34 pm North End Road Junction in Wembley fails people walking and cycling
  • 6:54 pm Wembley Hill Drive Junction Improvement Scheme
  • 6:17 pm “The political will is there and we have a thick skin,” says Leader of the Council.
Preston LTN | Brent Cycling Campaign

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. Overall, we support the scheme. We also have the following comments, regarding […]

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This is the response to this consultation 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 do not object to the measures proposed, but […]

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This is the response to the consultation (ended 1 February 2021) from Brent Cycling Campaign, the Brent group of the London Cycling Campaign. We represent around 300 supporters and 200 members who live in Brent, and we attempt to represent the interests of all those who cycle, or would like to cycle, in NW London. […]

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Pop up Harrow Road Cycle Lane | Brent Cycling Campaign

As part of Transport for London’s Streetspace plan and Brent Council’s Draft Covid19 Recovery Transport Plan, a pop up cycle lane was implemented on Harrow Road. The scheme was funded by the money awarded to the council by the Department for Transport from the Emergency Active Travel Fund. Similar to other Streetspace schemes, across London […]

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This is our response to the consultation on this document 15 January 2021. This is the response from Brent Cycling Campaign, the local group of the London Cycling Campaign. We represent about 200 members who live in the borough, and try to represent the interests of all those who cycle or would like to cycle […]

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Carlton Vale | Brent Cycling Campaign

Discussions have re-started over the future of Carlton Vale as Brent Council and urban designers go ahead with plans to completely transform the area. This scheme is part of the South Kilburn Regeneration Programme, which is half way through its 15 years plan, and time has come to turn to Carlton Vale. The project is […]

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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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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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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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