Ruskin Park to Kennington Park Greenway Read the details and respond by 18 December. Here are our comments.1. Calais Street/ Cormont Road/ Halsmere Road Junction – support2. Cormont Road/ Brief Street Junction – support3. Knatchbull Road/ Lilford Road/ Minet Road Junction – it will provide Bikeability instructors at Loughborough Primary School on Minet Road with a … Continue reading Have your say: three more council consultations!
Don't speed past this consultation, act now to have your say on changes in different bits of Clapham and Streatham. You can respond now on Lambeth Council's website. These comments may help you.A more structured approach to managing the road network programme, such that many roads become access only would be more effective than the … Continue reading Consultation: improving Lambeth’s 20mph streets
Lambeth Council is consulting on allowing two-way cycling on all one-way streets.Lambeth Council says: Lambeth Council’s policy is to encourage cycling by making it an attractive transport option to all types of people. The bicycle can be given a major advantage over motorised modes by making cycle access more direct and extensive. Allowing two-way cycling … Continue reading Consultation: Two-way cycling in one-way streets
Last month's architecture ride looked at war memorials.Photo thanks to Angela Salt.Have you got an idea for a ride? Want to get involved in planning and leading our rides?We are always on the lookout for new ideas for rides and would welcome your input – we can help you with routes, planning and leading. We … Continue reading Got an idea for a ride?
Venture in to Southwark with us on Saturday 19 November for our next Architecture Ride, on the subject of War Memorials.There are over 100,000 war memorials in the UK, about 3,500 of these are in London and over 300 are in Southwark alone.In this remembrance month of November we will explore a very small selection … Continue reading Our next Architecture Ride: War Memorials
Join us at our meeting on 15 November when Cllr Jenny Brathwaite, cabinet member for environment and sustainability, will discuss local cycling issues and answer our questions.To help get the best out of the time, you can send questions in advance. We will consolidate questions and send most to Jenny before the meeting. This will … Continue reading Meet Lambeth’s Cabinet Member for Environment and Sustainability at our next meeting.
Our next architecture ride will be on Saturday 29 October. Our next architecture ride - we may see some tall buildings. We will look at British High Tech architecture in Inner London. The style is sometimes called Structural Expressionism and is found in railway stations, commercial buildings, and housing. We will see the Gherkin, the … Continue reading High Tech architecture – join us for a ride
Act this evening or tomorrow to comment on the Loughborough Junction masterplan.The proposals for an increase in permeability for walking and cycling in the masterplan are welcome. Loughborough Junction includes parts of Coldharbour ward, which from census data has one of the lowest levels of car ownership in the UK, and Herne Hill ward which … Continue reading Last chance – Loughborough Junction masterplan consultation
Architecture rides are always elegantly designedLambeth Cyclists finally have their monthly architecture rides licked. Our next ride, this Saturday 1 October, will be a truly first class experience as we explore the architecture of Royal Mail and the postal office. We'll be pushing the envelope as we tour Lambeth. We'll meet at 2pm on Garrads … Continue reading First class architecture ride
Lambeth Cyclists is enormously encouraged by results from a survey we did on car-free day. 30 out of 34 adults said they would let a pair of eleven year olds cycle, without an adult, to meet relatives or close family friends at the Tower of London, from Cornwall Road in Waterloo. It is clear that there … Continue reading Clear potential for children to cycle independently in London