October 19, 2019
  • 6:00 pm Cycle Storage
  • 2:40 pm This isn’t about cycling
  • 7:44 pm Brent Play Streets Parties Cycle Tour
  • 9:13 pm Safer Junctions – Edgware Road and Harrow Road
  • 1:17 pm Healthy boroughs ‘Scorecard’
  • 6:11 pm Safe speeds for central London – introducing 20mph speed limits

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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This is the response of Brent Cyclists to this consultation (closing 4 December 2017). This is the response on this scheme from Brent Cyclists, the local group of the London Cycling Campaign. We have to oppose this scheme because we want to see segregated cycle tracks on the length of the A5 through Brent and […]

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This is the response by Brent Cyclists to this consultation. 1. Do you support our overall proposals? Support 2. Do you have any comments on our overall proposals? Overall these proposals are good, however some details fail to meet the high standards required for a comfortable, attractive cycling route. In particular the route fails to […]

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We are asking our supporters, and all who are interested in road safety in Brent, to encourage our councillors, in the run-up to the local elections in the spring, to adopt a more concerted approach to getting lower speeds on our roads. We believe 20mph should be the default speed limit everywhere in Brent, with […]

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The following is our response to this scheme (consultation closed 7 August 2017) involving new and improved cycle lanes in Park Royal. This is the response from Brent Cyclists, the local group of the London Cycling Campaign. We support this scheme, but would make the following points: 1) The contraflow cycle lane on Rainsford Road […]

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This is a response to this consultation, which closed 28 July 2017. This is the response from Brent Cyclists, the local group of the London Cycling Campaign. This response has been agreed by our Committee. We are objecting to this scheme because: (1) If Gaddesden Avenue is to made one-way, as implied in the plan, […]

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This is the Brent Cyclists response to this consultation (ended 28 July 2017). This is the response from Brent Cyclists, the local group of the London Cycling Campaign. We agree with the scheme but wish to query the way the zigzag lines are shown on the plan for traffic entering Drury Way. The road does not […]

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This is available from the link below (sent also by post to all LCC members in Brent with London Cyclist). Includes meeting reports, Carlton Vale cycle tracks construction, new scheme completed in Harrow Station Road,  major redevelopments in Brent, and forthcoming events. Brent & Harrow Newsletter Summer 2017

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This is a response to this consultation, that closed on 7 April 2017. This is the response from Brent Cyclists, the Brent Group of the London Cycling Campaign (LCC). We represent around 200 members in Brent, and aim to represent the interests of all who cycle or would like to cycle in NW London. We […]

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Following the advent of the Carlton Vale cycle scheme in Kilburn, we have also been hoping to get a similar high-quality cycling scheme in the north of the borough, and last year consultancy Urban Movement produced an excellent redesign of Kingsbury Road incorporating segregated cycle tracks on both sides (to replace the current short, ineffective pavement track on one side). […]

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