The Ethical Property company offers backing to kerb protected cycling


The Ethical Property Company is one of the UK’s leading social business with 24 buildings across England and Wales. They  provide work and meeting space for over 100 charities, social enterprises and local organisations including the Green Party, Keep Britain Tidy, Sustain and many more. They have been based in London for over 10 years.

Managing Director Susan Ralphs offered  backing to Transport for London’s plans for new cycle routes:

‘As an ethical company that supports conscientious organisations, many of our staff and tenants travel to work by bike. We actively promote the use of bicycles as a way to travel to our centres and it would not be responsible of us to not back the scheme for the proposed 2 kerb-segregated cycle superhighways. The safety of our staff, tenants and the wider community is of paramount importance to us and we support their freedom to choose how they get to their places of work.  There is no doubt that an even larger proportion of our staff and tenants would cycle to our centres if they felt comfortable and safe on the roads.’