Award-winning civil and structural engineering practice Momentum supports safer cycling in London

Momentum Engineering, the multi-award winning London based engineering practice have backed plans for new protected bike lanes. Momentum  has worked on some of the UK’s most iconic structures including The Pyramid stage at Glastonbury, as well as the Royal National Theatre. They join another engineering firm Price & Myers in calling for the new cycle… Read More

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… Read More

Action Aid add support for safe cycle routes in London

ActionAid is an international NGO whose primary aim is to fight poverty and injustice worldwide. ActionAid works with local partners in over 45 countries, helping over 15 million impoverished and disadvantaged people worldwide Graham Salisbury, head of Human Resources at ActionAid’s London office wrote to TfL with this statement ‘ActionAid is a leading global INGO. … Read More

Award winning architects Haworth Tompkins back safer cycle routes in London

2014 RIBA Stirling Prize winners, Haworth Tompkins Architects have added their support for the proposed cycle ‘superhighways’ in London. Haworth Tompkins have been based in London for over 20 years. This year they were also named RIBA London Architect of the Year. Directors of the practice Steve Tompkins, Graham Haworth, and Toby Johnson have joined other leading… Read More

King’s College Hospital joins calls for protected cycle lanes in London

King’s College Hospital, home to one of London’s four Major Trauma Centres has joined the Royal London, Barts Health NHS Trust and the London Air Ambulance in supporting the TfL’s plans for new protected cycle routes across London. Based in South London, the Hospital employs over 12,000 staff and treats over 1 million patients a year. Chief Executive Tim… Read More