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Our response to the Torrington Place and Tavistock Place traffic consultation

Our association supports the proposals by Camden Council to make the road layout and traffic changes permanent along Torrington Place, Byng Place, Gordon Square, Tavistock Square and Tavistock Place (Torrington Place / Tavistock Place route: Proposed improvements for walking and … Continue reading

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Initial response to updated plans for Edgware Road to Fitzrovia cycle quietway

Our comments about the updated plans for the Central London Cycle Grid Quietway from Edgware Road to Fitzrovia. 

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Fitzrovia Cycling Quietway proposals are a step in the right direction but offer little to encourage cycling

Our comments about the the Central London Cycle Grid Quietway from Edgware Road to Fitzrovia. We strongly support efforts to increase cycling in this area and welcome measures to reduce danger to cyclists from motor vehicles. We particularly support initiatives that … Continue reading

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Response to Camden Council’s West End Project consultation

This is our association’s response to Camden Council’s West End Project consultation. Generally we welcome the proposals to improve the Tottenham Court Road and Gower Street area particularly the addition of new public open space. We also welcome proposals to reduce … Continue reading

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Our response to Westminster City Council’s cycling strategy

From 3 December 2013 to 20 January 2014 Westminster City Council ran a public consultation on the draft cycling strategy. Below are our comments. 

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Heritage Fitzrovia: conservation areas and listed buildings

Cycle ride: 12.00pm to 1.30pm Sunday 23 June 2013. Entry: Free. Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association, 39 Tottenham Street, London W1T 4RX. Pressed in among London’s busiest roads and with a skyline cluttered with cranes, Fitzrovia holds a legacy of Georgian, Victorian … Continue reading

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A successful Mela and a love of pedal power

By Linus Rees, chair of trustees I took a walk over to Camden Bangladesh Mela this afternoon. Samina, our senior development worker, has had the pleasure and the huge responsibility of chairing the Mela committee this year since May.

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