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

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

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

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

UK’s largest commercial property company, Land Securities, backs Cycle Superhighways

Land Securities is the largest commercial property company in the UK and a member of the FTSE 100. Land Securities’ London property portfolio totals 6.6 million square feet and houses hundreds of businesses who employ more than 40,000 people. The company has been based in London since 1944. Sustainable Business Advisor for Land Securities, Anna Chapman, has sent TfL this statement:… Read More

King’s Cross developer Argent LLP: new Cycle Superhighways ‘great for London’

Argent LLP are a major UK property developer specialising in large mixed use developments, based in London for over 30 years. They have planned, managed, and are delivering the 67 acre King’s Cross development which lies at the northern end of the proposed North–South Cycle Superhighway. Managing Partner David Partridge released a letter today explaining… Read More