May 20, 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
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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Brent Council has created a new dangerous junction in Wembley Park. The new junction, joining Bridge Road with North End Road aims to provide “better links and traffic flow” according to Cllr Krupa Sheth, Brent Council’s cabinet member for the environment. Instead, the new junction, planned since 2009, shows Brent Council’s complete disregard for pedestrian […]

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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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Free Parking | Brent Cycling Campaign

Extracts first published in the Brent & Kilburn Times on 12/12/2019 Last December, I started a discussion with Brent Council over its “historic good-will gesture” of free parking over the Christmas period. I was encouraged by the reply I got which included: “The offer could change in future […] We are very much working towards […]

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