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Archives for November 2017

Response to the Mayor's Draft London Environment StrategyPublished: 3:44pm 17 November 2017

The Mayor, Sadiq Khan, has published his London Environment Strategy (LES). The London Cycling Campaign welcomes and supports the vision the LES sets out, namely that of a city with zero carbon emissions, clean air, more green spaces, greater biod...

Cyclist killed in collision with lorry in Southall following pedestrian fatality in Redbridge Published: 2:47pm 9 November 2017

A male cyclist died on Thursday morning the 9th of November 2017  in South Road in Southall following a collision with a lorry. This follows the death of an elderly pedestrian in a collision with an HGV on Wednesday in Redbridge. LCC sends it...

Canary Wharf - Rotherhithe walking & cycling crossing moves forwardPublished: 3:46pm 8 November 2017

The Mayor and TfL has today announced a new potential river crossing for those walking and cycling (and not for motor traffic) east of Tower Bridge.
Linking Rotherhithe on the southern side of the Thames - including the new Canada Water develop...

LCCs Retail Network Roundup: A&S CyclesPublished: 3:21pm 8 November 2017

Whether you’re a newcomer, commuter or a seasoned roadie, one thing every cyclist needs is a good LBS, or local bike shop. LCCs Retail Network brings together the best bike shops across London to give our members exclusive access to get gr...

LCC HQ is moving to Wapping! Published: 11:02am 8 November 2017

After twelve years on Newham's Row in Southwark, we are excited to announce that LCC HQ will be moving to the Metropolitan Wharf in Wapping!
The move will be taking place on Thursday 9th, Friday 10th and Monday 13th. If you need to get in touch...

Oxford Street: is Sadiq saying "no" to cycling?Published: 4:37pm 6 November 2017

More detailed plans for the "transformation" of Oxford Street have been announced this morning by the Mayor Sadiq Khan, his transport deputy Val Shawcross and the deputy leader of Westminster Council, Cllr Robert Davis. The good news is the plan...