2014 Cyclenation-CTC Annual Conference
- By London Cycling Campaign on at 8:51pm 4 October 2014
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Hosted by the London Cycling Campaign
Sponsored by Lambeth Council, London
Saturday 22nd November 2014 9:30 - 18:00
Assembly Hall, Lambeth Town Hall, Acre Lane, SW2 1RW
This year’s joint annual Cyclenation-CTC conference will be hosted by the London Cycling Campaign. The event is kindly being sponsored by Lambeth Council and will take place at Lambeth Town Hall on on Saturday 22nd November, 9:30-18:00.
The 2014 conference will provide unique insights into the political dynamics of cycling at local and national level. With an exciting list of speakers and expert workshop leaders the conference will be an unmissable opportunity for local and national cycling campaigners to learn from each other on how to campaign effectively to promote cycling, and to get up to speed on the most topical political, policy and technical issues.
You can download the agenda here.
Naomi Green, Head of Cycling Policy Team, DfT
Andrew Gilligan, Mayor of London’s Cycling Commissioner
Prof. David Cox OBE, ex-chair of South Birmingham Primary Care Trust and chair of CTC
Jennifer Brathwaite, Cabinet Member Environment & Sustainability, LB Lambeth
John Richfield, Urban Cycling Transport Designer, Bristol City Council
Chris Kenyon, Co-founder of Cycling Works
Brian Deegan, TfL's lead on the London Cycling Design Standards
Lucy Saunders, Public Health Specialist, GLA/TfL Transport and Public Realm team
Paul Tuohy, CEO of CTC
Rosie Downes, Campaigns Manager, London Cycling Campaign
Rachel Aldred, Senior Lecturer in Transport, University of Westminster
Kevin Hickman, Inclusive Cycling Forum
Phil Jones, Phil Jones Associates, lead author of Active Travel (Wales) Act design guidance
Paul Gasson, Waltham Forest LCC
Martin Lucas-Smith, Cambridge Cycling Campaign and lead author of the Making Space for Cycling guide
John Dales, Director, Urban Movement
Panel discussions with leading figures from across the UK will include:
- Building political commitment for cycling
- Design standards: background and scope for development across the UK
Workshops will include the following topics:
- Public Health: working with local authorities in their new duties
- Accessibility/Inclusivity of Cycling: towards a Cyclenation Inclusion Policy
On Sunday 23rd November,delegates will be joning social rides led by London Cycling Campaign local groups.
BOOKING YOUR PLACE AT THE EVENT
Tickets for the event cost £25. Online ticket sales have now closed, although tickets can be purchased at the event on Saturday (cash only).
A 50% ticket discount for students is available, giving you a saving of £12.50 on each ticket. Simply enter discount code 'stucnc' at the checkout. Please note that you will be asked to show a valid student card on the day.
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If you need to book accommodation and would like to stay with an LCC member, email email@example.com and we’ll send you details of the accommodation available.