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

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

CEO of Energy Saving Trust with 80 staff in London, backs Crossrail for Bikes

Formed in 1992, the Energy Saving Trust with 80 staff in London, works with governments, local authorities, third sector organisations and businesses. Their activities include delivering government programmes, testing low-carbon technology, certification of good and the developing of models and tools. Philip Sellwood, is the Chief Executive Energy Saving Trust and explains why safe cycling infrastructure is important to the trust: ‘Like many… Read More

Confirmit, 400 tech staff in London, strongly back new TfL plans

Confirmit Ltd is a leading technology business based in Bankside, Southwark. Providing software and service solutions to London, Confirm IT have been based in London for 15 years and employ 400 people. Tim Hannington, executive vice president of sales EMEA & Asia Pacific, explained the firm back ‘Crossrail for Bikes’. ‘Like many businesses in London, a growing… Read More

Flexioffices, broker for serviced offices in London, backs new Cycle SuperHighways

Flexioffices offer a complete and impartial overview across the whole of the UK serviced office market.  The company have assisted 1000′s of companies to locate office space throughout the UK and are based in Holborn. Paul Slinn, Flexioffices managing director spelt out their support for segregated cycles lanes. ‘We as a company are 100% behind TFLs plans for… Read More

Ipsos MORI’s Chief Exec speaks out for safe cycling to Tower Bridge

Ipsos MORI is a pre-eminent UK research company with global reach. Part of the Ipsos Group (£1.3bn t/o), the company is currently based across sites in Borough, London Bridge and Harrow. Ben Page, Ipsos MORI’s chief executive explained why TfL’s plans are so key to the company: ‘In early 2015 we will be relocating to Thomas More Square… Read More

Towers Watson, £2.4bn turn over and 14,000 employees worldwide backs ‘Crossrail for Bikes’

Towers Watson Limited is a global professional services company with 14,000 employees around the world. Founded in the UK in 1878, Towers Watson help organizations improve performance through effective people, risk and financial management and are based in High Holborn. Mark Williams, Senior Consultant & UK Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, explained why CrossRail for Bikes… Read More