Lambeth election 2010: candidates agree on cycling policy

At a packed Lambeth Council sustainable transport hustings held in April representatives of the Conservative, Green, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties debated cycling and related measures in Lambeth. A large degree of consensus emerged with all parties generally signing up to measures contained in the Lambeth Cyclists’ manifesto (available on the website). All parties agreed … Continue reading Lambeth election 2010: candidates agree on cycling policy

Lambeth Cyclists’ manifesto for cycling in Lambeth

In collaboration with LCC central and following discussion at our January meeting we have prepared a manifesto for cycling in Lambeth. These are the measures that we think will make Lambeth a more cycle friendly borough.Our main demands: what we would like the political parties to implement if elected.Increase cycling in Lambeth• Back an investment … Continue reading Lambeth Cyclists’ manifesto for cycling in Lambeth

Cycling towards the election: Lambeth Cyclists to question Lambeth parties over their policies on cycling

If you didn’t know by now Thursday 6 May is election day with the General Election. Of more importance perhaps to us as cyclists in Lambeth are the borough council elections being held across London, including Lambeth, that day. Cycling in Lambeth has increased greatly over the past 10 years and we are fortunate that … Continue reading Cycling towards the election: Lambeth Cyclists to question Lambeth parties over their policies on cycling

Lambeth and Southwark cyclists to question GLA candidates

On Tuesday 8 April 2008 we will be joining with Southwark Cyclists to hold a hustings meeting to which we have invited all the candidates standing for the Greater London Authjority in the Lambeth and Southwark constituency. This is the third such event that we have run and will allow us to find out what … Continue reading Lambeth and Southwark cyclists to question GLA candidates