Strutt & Parker, leading UK property consultancy call on TfL for ‘Crossrail for Bikes

Strutt & Parker is a leading property consultant based across London.  With 800 employees and 2 million acres of land managed, the team provide property advice across all sectors and have been based in London for over 125 years. James Fairweather, Partner and head of Industrial and Logistics at Strutt & Parker LLP, explained their support: Like many… Read More

MD of ICM Group, leading UK market research agency, backs ‘Crossrail for Bikes’

ICM group is a leading market research agency based in Soho, London. The company provides market research services and have been based in London for 25 years. With a growing number of their 90 employees cycling to work. Andrew Wiseman, managing director explained why they were backing ‘Crossrail for bikes’: ‘An even larger proportion of our team would… Read More

ARM PLC call dedicated cycle lanes a big step towards ‘Smart Cities’

ARM is the world’s leading semiconductor intellectual property (IP) supplier. Founded in 1990, and based in Cambridge over 50 billion ARM-based chips have been shipped to date and the company has a market cap of over £12bn and over 2000 employees. ARM PLC are based in Cambridge however ARM employees work in London every day meeting partners and… Read More

CEO of leading digital agency Friday outlines support for TfL cycle plans

Friday is one of the UK’s leading digital consultancies. The team have been based in Barbican since the business was founded five years ago. Alex Wright, Friday’s CEO, is a leading thinker in digital marketing and explained why ‘Crossrail for Bikes’ is so important to the business. ‘We have 80 staff, and are growing at 25% per… Read More

Global property management giant DTZ backs ‘Crossrail for bikes’

Global property management firm DTZ today announced its support for TfL’s London Cycle Superhighways, stating the major infrastructure improvement will help London’s economy.  The group is a global leader in property management with 42,000 employees  across 52 countries. DTZ released the following statement on its website today: Many of DTZ’s employees already cycle to work and join the… Read More

Royal Bank of Scotland, with 12,000 London employees, backs segregated cycle routes in the city

Royal Bank of Scotland, one of the powerhouses of the City, today backed segregated cycling and the new ‘Crossrail for bikes’ proposals for London. RBS has 12,000 employees working in London with three major buildings in Bishopsgate and another major site at Aldgate Union. RBS’s CEO Ross McEwan cycles himself and chose to have Swift Cycles, a growing RBS… Read More