Everything tagged with Waltham Forest

Blog post: Triple win for mini-Holland boroughs

Three great bits of news from the three mini-Holland boroughs! Top billing goes to Enfield, whose first public consultation result was a massive win and ringing public endorsement for #space4cycling. The A105 scheme including Palmers Green and ...

Blog post: Video: Mini Holland in Waltham Forest

Our soon-to-be Infrastructure Campaigner, Simon Munk, of Waltham Firest Cycling Campaign spoke to the Londonist about the mini Holland scheme in Waltham Forest.  Simon explains the first stage of the scheme; which involves a number of r...

Blog post: Waltham Forest open engagement surveys on Mini Holland projects

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...

Blog post: The first of the Mayor's Mini Holland projects is signed off

In Waltham Forest, the first of the Mini Holland projects has been signed off; the Ruckholt Road Walking and Cycling Improvement Scheme. Works are due to commence on implementing the £770k project this month.  It will be the firs...

Blog post: Key NE London cycling bridge opens but where are the direction signs?

    A vital safe cycle route in north-east London is now open but cyclists in Waltham Forest, Newham and Redbridge may never find it because it is entirely unmarked.  The new cycling and walking bridge into the Olympic Park poten...

Blog post: LCC says mini-Hollands will be a success if they deliver "safe and inviting streets where anyone can cycle"

The London Cycling Campaign has welcomed the announcement that three boroughs – Enfield, Kingston and Waltham Forest – will each receive £30 million to build substantial cycling facilities in their town centres as part of the m...

Blog post: River Lea towpath link in Bow attracts thousands of walkers and cyclists

Earlier this year, we reported that the so-called ‘missing link’ towpath under Bow Flyover would be built. Last month the suspended platform has been installed, attracting thousands of walkers and cyclists. Local LCC groups campaig...