Pip grew up in Holland Park and her family still live in RBKC.
She worked in architectural publishing in London and has lived in Italy and Australia. She has also worked for Bicycle NSW, a membership-based advocacy organisation in Sydney and she helped set up the first Cycling Without Age-Australia group. Originating in Denmark in 2012, Cycling Without Age takes the elderly out on electrically-assisted trishaws so that they can ‘feel the wind in their hair’ and feel part of the community again.
Pip would love to see RBKC become a place where people feel safe travelling on the streets, where they can walk or ride their bicycles easily and where the streets become places where people want to be. She wants to enable those who would love to ride a bicycle but are too fearful to do so because the traffic is so bad. She sees Better Streets 4KC as a great enabler in this process as it can give local policy, infrastructure and good design advice to councillors, other societies and those who live, work or study in the area.