Project Award Finalists Announced

With less than a week to go until the annual London Cycling Awards, we are pleased to reveal the finalists in the Project Award categories. Following submissions from all over London, the shortlist was selected by a panel of cycling experts with the winners to be announced at the ceremony next Wednesday 16th July, St Martin in the Fields, Trafalgar Square, hosted by Jeremy Vine.

Ashok Sinha, CEO of London Cycling Campaign says: “We received an astonishing array of applications for the Project Awards, from all corners of the capital, and the standard of entries this year was outstanding. Our expert judges had a tough assignment whittling them down to such a strong list of contenders, but they’ve done a sterling job and I for one can’t wait for the winners to be announced at the ceremony.”

 

 

 

Cycling Initiative of the Year

 

Breeze Rides: Bexley

 

Lambeth Estates Bike Hubs: Lambeth Council and People Empowering People

 

Great Western Quarter Residents’ Bike Club: Hounslow. Barratt London

 

Cycle Loan Scheme: Lewisham Council

 

Youth Sector Cycling Champion

 

Hackney Volunteer Police Cadets Cycle Project: Hackney

 

St Gregory's RC Primary School, Biking Schools Project: Ealing

 

Tower Hamlets BMX Club: Tower Hamlets

 

North Harringay Primary School: Haringey

 

Grassroots Project of the Year

 

The Bike Project, William Wilberforce Trust: Kensington and Chelsea

 

Dulwich Young Cyclists: Southwark

 

ReSpoke Community Bike Exchange. Trailnet CIC: Barking and Dagenham

 

Wheely Tots: Hackney

Digital Campaign of the Year

 

Cycle Hackney Smartphone App: Hackney Council and CycleStreets

 

Bikeminded Social Media Campaign: Kensington and Chelsea Council

 

Cycle Camden Digital Marketing Campaign: Camden Council

 

Best Space for Cycling Project 

Sponsored by Levenes Solicitors

 

Royal College Street Cycle Tracks – Camden: London Borough of Camden

 

Two-Way Cycling - City of London : Corporation of London

 

Cycle Superhighway Route 2 Extension CS2X – Newham:  Transport for London

 

 

More information on all the finalists: www.lcc.org.uk/awards

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