- Planning application for the redevelopment of the Shakespeare pub, where the council totally ignored objections received on the parking aspects
- Planning application for "The Works", showing 77 new flats and 3,000 m2 office space and…. 85 parking spaces only.
- Planning application for the former Dairy Crest distribution centre, for 45 flats and 2,000 m2 of office space
- Planning application for the redevelopment of the former petrol station on 293 Lower Richmond road, 52 flats and only 35 spaces
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Sunday, February 19, 2012
They're also running a petition Go Dutch which calls on the mayoral election candidates to commit to more people-friendly streets and continental-standard cycle facilities in the capital.
51% of Londoners said the next Mayor can take action to encourage them to cycle more, with 78% of those people naming safe and convenient bikes lanes all over London or safer junctions and roundabouts as their top priority.
See their principles here: www.lcc.org.uk/pages/key-principles.
Previous posts on cycling:
- Good to see cyclists campaigning against road planning
- My questions to Barclays Cycle Hire managers
- Cyclists living in fear
- Cyclists to be given the right to ride the wrong way
- Waterloo: more Boris Bikes but still no sign of life for the Eurostar old platforms
- TfL still has little ideas about cycling lanes...
- Cycle superhighways: an expensive joke?
- When are we going to see this in London?
- Reversing the burden of the proof would encourage cyclingss
- Kingston worst for bike thefts
- Some hope for London cyclists?
- Cycling in London: it's about time to do something!