December 12, 2019
  • 3:06 pm New report calls for step-change in way Brent Council deals with air pollution
  • 6:00 pm Cycle Storage
  • 5:00 pm Stories in Brent & Kilburn Times show locals clamour for Cleaner Air and Better Cycling
  • 7:29 pm Barn Hill Area 20mph Zone Consultation
  • 2:40 pm This isn’t about cycling
  • 7:44 pm Brent Play Streets Parties Cycle Tour

In October 2019 Brent Council consulted on a 20 mph Zone in Barn Hill, encompassing a large number of residential roads North-East of The Avenue. Brent Cycling Campaign discussed this proposal and sent the following response. In summary we are in favour of 20 mph zones; however, these must be combined with restrictions to rat […]

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This is the response on behalf of Brent Cycling Campaign to the Safer Junctions – Edgware Road and Harrow Road consultation. We are the local group of the London Cycling Campaign in Brent, representing approximately 250 supporters in the London Borough of Brent, and anyone else who wishes to improve facilities for cycling within and […]

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Transport for London have proposed to make the streets they manage in central London 20mph by 2020. Brent Cycling Campaign discussed this proposal and sent the following response.

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This is the response of Brent Cycling Campaign to this consultation. We are the local group of the London Cycling Campaign in Brent and represent directly around 200 members who live in the borough. We also attempt to represent the interests of all who cycle, and would like to cycle, in Brent. We do not […]

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We recently responded to Brent Council’s Draft Third Local Implementation Plan (LIP3). LIPs are one of the main routes for council funding outside of specific TfL schemes. The London Cycling Campaign has a a lot of guidance on LIPs and how to respond as a local group. We responded in detail to the relevant sections […]

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This is the response from Brent Cycling Campaign to this consultation. Brent Cycling Campaign is the local group of the London Cycling Campaign. We represent directly about 200 paid-up members who live in the borough, and we also attempt to represent all those who cycle or would like to cycle in the borough. We do […]

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