Prince’s Foundation supports the new Cycle Superhighway plans

The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community is an educational charity based in Shoreditch. Operating since 1986, the charity transforms lives by building enduring and harmonious places. They have a particular emphasis on helping people integrate sustainable ideas into their communities. This makes the Foundation a natural fit for supporting TfL’s new ‘Crossrail for Bikes’ scheme. Dr. Matthew Hardy sent the following… 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

Publisher, Dorling Kindersley & software giant Workday: ‘Build the new Cycle Superhighways’

Dorling Kindersley is a subsidiary of Penguin Random House. They are a worldwide publisher who specialise in illustrated reference books, and have been based in the Strand for over 40 years. Carole Mackenzie is Head of HR at DK UK and she released a statement about TfL’s Cycle Superhighway plans: ‘Like many businesses in London,… Read More

Conservation charity RSPB sees sustainability potential of ‘Crossrail for Bikes’

The RSPB is the largest wildlife conservation charity in Europe, with over one million members. It operates 200 reserves throughout the UK, including Rainham Marshes in London’s east end. The charity runs hundreds of events in London each year and have an office near St James’s Park, just south of the proposed East–West Cycle Superhighway.… Read More