Everything tagged with election

Blog post: Tony Levene 2015 Trustee Election Supporting Statement

Tony Levene After four years as trustee/director of London Cycling Campaign – serving as Treasurer – I seek your re-election vote for a further two years. Why? Because LCC is entering potentially uncharted financial waters as our fu...

Blog post: Terry Patterson 2015 Trustee Election Supporting Statement

Terry Patterson I want to live in a London where it is safe and attractive for everybody to cycle. A London where cycling is seen as an essential part of the fabric of life. A healthy London, with dramatically reduced pollution and congestion.&...

Blog post: Peter le Masurier 2015 Trustee Election Supporting Statement

Peter le Masurier Declaration of interest in Cycle Alert Ltd. I am co-founder and director of Cycle Alert Ltd which makes safety products for cyclists and HGVs. Why am I standing? Through my interests in vehicle technology and cycle safety I...

Blog post: Oliver Schick 2015 Trustee Election Supporting Statement

Oliver Schick I’ve been a campaigner with the Hackney group for sixteen years and have been a member of the Board from 2004 to 2012 and 2013 to 15, variously chairing the Local Groups Forum, Campaigns Committee and Policy Committee/Forum....

Blog post: Mustafa Arif 2015 Trustee Election Supporting Statement

Mustafa Arif I joined LCC when I was at university, after two students and a staff member were killed cycling to/from campus in the space of 3 months. I dream of a cyclised London where riding a bicycle is a perfectly normal way of getting arou...

Blog post: Daniel Barnes 2015 Trustee Election Supporting Statement

Daniel Barnes I believe that the work of the LCC is vital to the growth of cycling in London and that the LCC is the best-placed organisation to provide a voice for cyclists in the capital. Our campaigning experience, local groups and dedicated...

Blog post: Ann Kenrick 2015 Trustee Election Supporting Statement

Ann Kenrick My ambition is simple. I want to encourage more people to cycle in London. Not just for the obvious health, environmental, and economic benefits, but more for the sheer joy of cycling around this dynamic capital. Why ...

Blog post: Candidates for the 2013 Board of Trustees

The election results were published on 19 October 2013, and can be read here. Congratulations to the winners, and thanks to all the candidates who took part, and to those members who voted.  Candidate 1: MUSTAFA ARIF MUSTAFA SAYS "I&...

Blog post: Ann Kenrick elected new chair of the London Cycling Campaign board of trustees

Ann Kenrick OBE has been elected chair of the London Cycling Campaign board of trustees. Ann (pictured above) is Secretary-General of the Franco-British Council and lives in Camberwell, South London, with her family. She takes over after four ...

Blog post: Don't miss your chance to shape the future of London cycling by voting in our trustee election

Any London Cycling Campaign members who haven't voted in our 2012 trustee election are being encouraged to vote now to avoid missing the Monday 12 November deadline. Their final trustee election ballot reminder was emailed to their registered e...

Blog post: Members elect first two representatives to new elected Policy Forum

Anthony Gilmour and Ian Townsend are the first two representatives to be elected to the new London Cycling Campaign Policy Forum. Find out more about how the forum will work here. Read the candidate statements here. The ballot was carried out e...

Blog post: Is there a junction or street near you that needs to be made safer for walking and cycling?

We're calling on you to show us on our map where there's a junction or street near you that needs to be made safer for walking and cycling. In just a few weeks time, we'll present what you've told us to Mayor Boris Johnson and the Lon...

Blog post: London Cycling Campaign and British Cycling remind Mayor of commitments to Go Dutch

The London Cycling Campaign and British Cycling have written a joint letter to re-elected Mayor Boris Johnson reminding him of his pre-election commitments to cycling, and to offer support in meeting those pledges.  Read the text of the le...

Blog post: Policy-by-policy analysis of mayoral candidates' cycling manifestos

Click on either of the images below to download the PDF of our comparison of the leading candidates' cycling policies: Download the manifestos Siobhan Benita's Transport Manifesto Boris Johnson's Transport Manifesto Jenny Jones' Cycling Pled...

Blog post: Conservative Assembly Members urged to join Lab/Lib/Greens in backing 'Love London, Go Dutch' campaign

Every Labour, Liberal Democrat and Green Party member of the London Assembly has signed LCC's Love London, Go Dutch petition Our petition is calling on the mayoral candidates to make London more liveable by making our streets as safe and inviti...