Hackney Cycling Conference

Thursday 17 May 2018, 9.30am-5pm
Hackney Town Hall

This is the 7th annual Hackney Cycling Conference and the first major cycling conference after the local elections. It comes at a time when active travel is high on the political agenda. It’s the perfect time for professionals, politicians, academics and campaigners to come together and discuss the implications of these changes for our streets and neighbourhoods.

Walking will be central concern at the conference. London Living Streets campaigner, David Harrison, will discuss his vision for a Central London Walking Network. Tom Platt, head of policy and communications at Living Streets will also discuss low-traffic liveable neighbourhoods.

London Living Streets working meeting

Tuesday, 15 May 2018, 6-8pm
Committee Room 4, Islington Town Hall, Upper Street, N1 2UD

London’s Public Realm

Wednesday 23 May 2018, 6.15–8.15pm
The Gallery, 70 Cowcross Street, Farringdon, London EC1M 6EJ

An event celebrating the progress in improving London’s public realm, organised by London Living Streets & Urban Design Group. Open to all. Presentations include:

  • What London’s newly elected borough councils should do to improve London’s public realm for walking and cycling Peter Murray, New London Architecture
  • The past and future transformation of the City Iain Simmons, City of London Corporation
  • London Borough of Ealing Tim Meluish
  • London Borough of Walthamstow Amy Priestley
  • Hackney’s public realm Adrian McWhinnie
  • How can we create enjoyable public realm and cities? Christopher Martin, Urban Movement

A discussion will follow. Tickets cost £6.50 including drinks and nibbles from Eventbrite. Students/Concessions go free.

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