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Blog post: Campaigners celebrate as half London's council election candidates back local Space for Cycling

As voters went to the polls today, the London Cycling Campaign was celebrating gaining the support of half of London's council election candidates for its call for Space for Cycling in local streets. 3370 candidates (from 6776) have committed t...

Blog post: A third of council election candidates now backing local Space for Cycling improvements

  Over a third of London's local election candidates (34% or 2555 individuals) are backing the London Cycling Campaign's call for Space for Cycling in their neighbourhood, with major support from the four largest parties. In Hackney, 99% of...

Blog post: We've made sure all of you who've taken our Space for Cycling action have sent a message to all the local election candidates in your ward

Dear Supporter, If you took our Space for Cycling action in the early weeks of our campaign, then you won't have been able to send an email to all the candidates in your ward because our list of candidates was incomplete at that time. That's w...

Blog post: One third of London local election candidates now backing Space for Cycling campaign in their neighbourhood

With 9 days to go until the local elections, a massive 2254 London local election candidates (over one-third of the total standing*) are already backing our Space for Cycling campaign, with major support from the four largest parties. In the four...

Blog post: Nearly 5000 emails sent to local election candidates on first day of Space for Cycling campaign

Members of the public sent nearly 5000 messages to their council election candidates in the first 24 hours of the London Cycling Campaign's Space for Cycling campaign, which is calling for 624 ward-specific cycling improvements. Around 200 loca...

Blog post: LCC's Space for Cycling campaign uses local expertise to lobby thousands of council election candidates for 629 ward-specific cycling improvement

For the first time in London’s political history, a campaign group is aiming to lobby 6000 local election candidates to support one of 629 ward-specific improvements that would make streets safer and more inviting for everyone to cycle. In ...