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.
Brent Cycling Campaign Stall | Brent Cycling Campaign

On Saturday 24th July the Sudbury Court Residents Association (SCRA) held a post lockdown party at St Cuthbert’s Church, North Wembley. The SCRA represents about 2800 households in the Sudbury Court and Pebworth Estates in Brent, and they kindly invited Brent Cycling Campaign to have a stall at this community event. Being the first such […]

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Brent Healthy Neighbourhoods | Brent Cycling Campaign

One year ago, the government set out a determined Active Travel agenda which mandated local authorities all over the country to make space for measures to support walking and cycling. One year on, the Department for Transport reiterated its resolute to continue with those measures and provided further guidance to local authorities. For instance, the […]

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Healthy Streets Scorecard | Brent Cycling Campaign

2021 Healthy Streets Scorecard results The latest Scorecard results are out, and you can view them here. And watch the video of the event when results were announced, featuring Cllr Shama Tatler, Brent Council’s Lead Member for Regeneration, Property & Planning. We need to stress here, that for Brent, the Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) map […]

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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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We are deeply saddened to hear about the fatal collision between a lorry driver and a cyclist, that occurred on Tuesday afternoon at the junction of Furness Road and Harrow Road, in Harlesden. Our heartfelt condolences go out to the family and friends of the cyclist who died at the scene. This precise junction between […]

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Extraordinary Council Meeting | Brent Cycling Campaign

One week ago, several councillors called for the council to convene an extraordinary meeting, following the implementation of Brent Healthy Neighbourhoods as part of the council’s Active Travel Programme as published in June this year. Representing Brent Cycling Campaign and residents who regularly convey to us their hope that those measures will be allowed to […]

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Brent Cycle Buddies | Brent Cycling Campaign

Cycle Buddies puts new riders in touch with experienced riders in their local area. Buddies can then meet up and ride together – to work, to the shops or just to the park for a bit of practice!

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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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