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Osbornes Cycle Injuries launch dedicated legal service for London Cycling Campaign membersPublished: 1:18pm 31 March 2015

London Cycling Campaign is delighted to announce a new legal partnership with Camden-based law firm Osbornes Cycle Injuries.
From today (1 April 2015), Osbornes Cycle Injuries will be on hand to provide round the clock assistance and advice to ...

Last chance to have your say on superhighway plans in the Royal ParksPublished: 9:59am 26 March 2015

Transport for London's consultation on further proposals for the East-West cycle superhighway in Hyde Park, Green Park, St James's Park and at Northumberland Avenue closes on Sunday 29th March.
We've welcomed the East-West superhighway overall ...

London’s longest surviving frame-builder to close after 75 years in the tradePublished: 3:02pm 25 March 2015

Roberts Cycles, which has been building bikes in South London under its own brand since the sixties, is to close down its Croydon workshop and showroom. Chas Roberts, son of Charlie Roberts who founded the business in the cellar of his South L...

Bikeify raises nearly £1000 for LCC's campaigning work in just 3 monthsPublished: 10:53am 24 March 2015

Since Christmas last year our members and supporters have raised nearly £1000 simply by shopping online using the Bikeify app.
The app, which can be installed on pcs, macs, mobiles and tablets, shows stores that offer donations to LCC by ...

Space for Cycling makes Space for Everyone?Published: 12:54pm 23 March 2015

This is a guest blog post by Alan Latham and Peter Wood, researchers from the Departments of Geography at University College London and The Open University. Here they write about what their recent publication called “Inhabiting Infrastr...

Michael Mason's family "let down at every stage" by Met PolicePublished: 1:37pm 19 March 2015

The family of Michael Mason, the 70 year old cyclist killed in a crash on Regent Street in 2014, have had further distress as reports from the Police that the driver would be referred to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) have been retracted.
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New and improved plans for Kingston mini-Holland schemePublished: 12:06pm 19 March 2015

 

Kingston Council have produced revised proposals for the Portsmouth Road mini-Holland scheme which Kingston Cycling Campaign say are a "considerable improvement" on previous plans. LCC and others expressed concerns with the initial plans...

Ealing Council reverses decision on dangerous McDonalds plansPublished: 11:51am 19 March 2015

We’re pleased to hear that Ealing Council have reversed a planning decision which would have created danger to cyclists on the new East-West cycle superhighway. 
Ealing Council’s planning committee granted permission to McDonalds...

Major increase in cycle parking standards for new developmentsPublished: 1:24pm 12 March 2015

Major increase in cycle parking standards for new developments
Do you have insufficient space for you bike at home or in the office?  – you are not alone.  The Mayor has, following strong representations from LCC and others, recog...

Transport for London to trial 20mph on main roadsPublished: 11:27am 12 March 2015

London Cycling Campaign welcomes Transport for London (TfL)'s announcement that it will be trialling 20mph speed limits on key roads in central London. LCC has long campaigned for 20mph speed limits in London: 20mph saves lives, and these trials...

Refer a friend to LCC and receive a free gift!Published: 1:59pm 10 March 2015

This spring, we’re offering you the chance to boost London Cycling Campaign’s numbers, strengthen our campaigning power, get your friends cycling and receive a free gift – all in one go!
For this month only, refer your friends...

Mayor set to be quizzed on cycling underspendPublished: 1:08pm 10 March 2015

The Mayor of London today broke ground on the new North-South cycle superhighway - but with so little cycling provision actually on the ground since Boris was elected on a cycling ticket, London Assembly members want to know what he's going...

CS1: Superhighway or superquietway?Published: 4:52pm 9 March 2015

Transport for London is currently consulting on its plans for Cycle Superhighway 1 (CS1), which would run from White Hart Lane in Tottenham to Liverpool Street station, forming part of the London-wide network of Cycle Superhighways.
There's been ...

Waltham Forest open engagement surveys on Mini Holland projectsPublished: 1:06pm 9 March 2015

Have your say in Waltham Forest
Waltham Forest has been successful in its bid to Transport for London for £30m to fund a Mini Holland cycling programme to radically improve the borough’s cycling infrastructure and support a step cha...

Space for Cycling campaign wins prestigious awardPublished: 6:33pm 6 March 2015

For the second year in a row an LCC campaign has triumphed in the prestigious London Transport Awards.
Space for Cycling, LCC's campaign to secure cycling improvements in every one of  London's 629 council wards, was victorious in the Tran...