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If you haven’t already, please write in to RBKC demanding they stop plans to rip out the cycle lane on Wednesday. You can do that here. If you are an RBKC resident, please tell them; if you use RBKC roads to get to work, to shop, so visit friends or for leisure please tell them. […]
The Letter Dear Elizabeth, Dear Johnny, I would like to thank you for the work you and your team have done during the pandemic to improve access routes to the Royal Albert Hall and our partners in the Exhibition Road Cultural Group. Although we sit just over the border in Westminster, the majority of our […]
Dear Felicity Buchan and Tony Devenish, I am writing to you after seeing your joint statement regarding the cycle lane on High StreetKensington. As a business located on this road I am sure you are very interested in its effect on us, especially after you have received the data from the Kensington Business Forum. Prior […]
Fox Primary SchoolKensington PlaceLondon W8 7PP Executive Headteacher: Paul CotterHead of School: Emma MaddenDeputy Headteacher: Rosalind Morgan and Hannah SmartTelephone: 020 7727 7637E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.foxprimary.co.uk Dear Cllr Thalassites, We are writing to express our enthusiastic support for the recent progress made by RBKC in improving cycling infrastructure in the borough. Fox Primary school is a […]
High Street Kensington Cycle Lane
The cycle lane on High Street Kensington is the only protected cycle lane in the whole of RBKC. It’s already a success. Cycling numbers have more than doubled even within a few weeks, and congestion is actually lower than before the scheme was put in. We need to keep it, and we need your help.
Usable Network for Cycling in Kensington & Chelsea
There are over 200 kms of road in RBKC. None have physically separated bike lanes. About 9 kms have been labelled as “Quietways”, making up under 5% of the total road network. In many places, they are obviously not usable by many people, and wouldn’t comply with current Government standards. Pretty much none are appropriate for more vulnerable users such as children.
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