Making London a liveable city, a walking city, an inclusive city, a healthy city and a safer city
London Living Streets is the London campaigning arm of Living Streets, the national charity for everyday walking. The group is dedicated to making London one of the world’s best cities for walking, a city that is genuinely inclusive of all its residents, workers and visitors and not just designed for car users.
London Living Streets campaigns for:
- safer, healthier and less-polluted streets;
- streets that welcome everyone on foot including children, older people and those with disabilities;
- attractive and green public spaces;
- low-traffic, liveable neighbourhoods that encourage children and adults to lead more active lifestyles.
London Living Streets was formed in 2016 to give walking campaigners across the capital a single voice. All of us are volunteers and include members of local Living Streets borough groups and individuals interested in these issues.
We aim to meet at least every other month and our meetings are a mix of ‘business’ meetings, public meetings with a guest speaker and walkabouts. Everyone interested in walking and becoming active in our campaigning is most welcome, so please get in touch!
Download the London Living Streets leaflet here. If you want physical copies, free of charge, please contact us.
Chair: Jeremy Leach
Vice-chairs: David Harrison and Peter Hartley
Secretary: Robert Molteno
Web manager: Emma Griffin
Twitter manager: Susie Morrow
Central London Walking Network: David Harrison
Low Traffic Liveable Neighbourhoods: David Harrison
Parklets and Pocket Parks: Brenda Puech
20s Plenty: Jeremy Leach
Vision Zero: Jeremy Leach