Wednesday Roundup of supporters

Here at CyclingWorks, we’ve been privileged to tap into a tremendous well of support for safe and comfortable cycle infrastructure. We quite literally have no idea who is going to send the next letter, and seeing statements from employers big and small has been a joy throughout the process. The number of statements keeps growing… Read More

The Institute of Physics and St John’s with St Andrew’s at Waterloo

At either end of the North–South Cycle Superhighway route, two very different organisations came together yesterday. The Institute of Physics and the parish of St John with St Andrew have both offered their support for the new safer cycle routes across the city. The Institute of Physics is a scientific society, with a worldwide membership of… Read More

Skrill adds support to cycle ‘superhighway’ plans

Skrill has added it’s voice to the huge number of London employers calling for new protected cycle routes to be built. Skrill is a leading financial services and payments business based in Canary Wharf.  They serve over 36 million customers and work with over 150,000 businesses worldwide.  They have been based in London for over… Read More

Ignitr adds detailed support for protected cycling in London

Ignitr is a software engineering firm working in the financial services sector and are based in Canary Wharf. In a detailed and well-researched response to the Transport for London consultation, Head of communications and media Angus MacDonald explained: ‘Half of ignitr’s employees cycle to work, reflecting the business’s strong affinity with cycling (we sponsor of the Nocturne,… 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

Leading accountancy partnership Baker Tilly call for ‘no delays’ in building cycling infrastructure

Baker Tilly is a top 10 firm of accountants based in Farringdon Street with 4000 UK employees including 620 partners. The partnership provides accountancy and advisory services and have been based in London for over 30 years.  Jez Filley, the London office Managing Partner explained why they supported TfL’s plans so strongly: Like many businesses in London,… Read More