September 19, 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?
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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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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Brent Council recently consulted on “Forty Lane/Blackbird Hill Proposed Road Safety Improvements“. Brent Cycling Campaign agreed a response at our recent meeting and decided to oppose this scheme. We responded as follows. This is the response on behalf of Brent Cycling Campaign. We are the local group of the London Cycling Campaign in Brent, representing […]

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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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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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