Yearly Archives: 2016

Felnex redevelopment – an acid test for cycling

On 16 June 2016, Get Sutton Cycling received a plan of the new development at the site of the former Felnex Trading Estate in Hackbridge [Google Maps], a site that is currently empty with no buildings or roads left standing.

Posted in Advocacy, News

The Wallington Superhighway? An easy win.

Wallington ought to be a honey pot for people on bikes. It has major shopping chains, but on a human scale, plenty of smaller shops and varied eating places, a regular farmers’ market, a post office and a railway station

Posted in Advocacy

Cycle tour of Woodcote Road and Park Lane

On Saturday, 6 February 2016, Get Sutton Cycling joined Cycling Champion Councillor Manual Abellan for the seventh (and last) neighbourhood cycle tour of the 2015-2016 series. This time we were pleased to be joined by Carshalton and Wallington MP, Tom

Posted in Advocacy, Cycle tour

What is your councillor doing for cycling?

We saw at the recent election for Mayor of London, nearly all the candidates got on board “Sign for Cycling” campaign. So what are our councillors doing to support this commitment to cycling? If you look around Sutton, you’ll be

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Posted in Advocacy, Liveable Town Centres, Safe Routes to Schools

Cycling to school 2016

Cycling To School – 2016 We are pleased to have this latest guest post from Cycling Dad, Stephen Hart. In 2014, Stephen related the experience of cycling to school in the London Borough of Sutton with his young daughter. Two years later, and

Posted in Advocacy, Safe Routes to Schools

Cycling towards 2018

Open letter to all Sutton councillors, 5 May 2016: Cllr. Pathumal Ali (Liberal Democrat, Beddington North) Cllr. Nick Mattey (Independent (expelled from Liberal Democrat Party, 15 April 2015; joined Green Party, 25 April 2016), Beddington North) Cllr. Nighat Piracha (Liberal

Posted in Advocacy, Comment

A cycling system for Carshalton

Carshalton in one of Sutton’s problem areas, as far as cycle campaigning goes. It is arguably the most attractive district centre in the borough, yet any potential attractiveness is spoilt by the A232 ploughing straight through the centre of this

Posted in Advocacy

The 2016 mayoral candidates on cycling

The 2016 mayoral candidates, and what their manifestos have to say about cycling With just over a week to go until London elects its next mayor, we have been taking a look at what the candidates are saying in their

Posted in News

Notes from our April 2016 meeting

Monday, 25 April, found us back at the Cock and Bull (competing with TV coverage of the Snooker World Championship from Sheffield, and Premier League Match between Tottenham Hotspur and West Bromwich Albion from White Hart Lane (1-1 at full

Posted in Meetings

Sutton 2031 – is cycling part of the picture?

Sutton 2031 – is cycling part of the picture? In Sutton 2031 – planning for our future we presented our response to the consultation on the borough’s next Local Plan (2016 to 2031) along with its associated elements, the Draft

Posted in Advocacy, Consultation
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