Railton Road consultation

Lambeth Council have requested feedback from Lambeth Cyclists on road safety proposals along Railton Road.


The proposals include:
  • Raised table at junction with Leeson Road
  • Raised Zebra crossing by junction with Effra Parade
  • Raised table at junction with Shakespeare Road
Download the full plan of the Railton Rd proposals is available as a PDF download below the right hand column.
Please let us have your comments by Friday 6 May 2008
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Information on cycle security in Lambeth and beyond

LCC information
See the London Cycling Campaign page on bicycle security and download the information booklet. LCC also does cycle theft insurance for its members.
Brick Lane Market

The LCC group in Tower Hamlets have a good website with information on stolen bikes and have begun a letter-writing campaign to combat the illegal trade in stolen bikes in Brick Lane. Don't forget thieves operate all over London so this problem will almost certainly affect you!

Stolen Bike Index
The Stolen Bike Index is a UK based not-for-profit site that aims to provide advice on avoiding bicycle theft, to reunite people with their bikes, and to help the trade avoid buying from thieves.

It features a reporting system for stolen bikes which can be received by email alerts using the stolenbike-uk Yahoo group. You don't have to join however to check the message archive of stolen bike alerts.
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Lambeth Cyclists Annual Meeting 15 April 2008

On Tuesday 15 April 2008 we will be holding our Annual Meeting upstairs at the Bread and Roses, Clapham Manor Street, SW4 starting at 8:30pm.

This will be a chance to review the year gone by and look forward. We are pleased to welcome this year the (relatively) new Director of the London Cycling Campaign Koy Thompson. He will be talking about the development of LCC over the next few years. It will also be a chance for us to give our views as members of one the largest LCC borough groups.

At the meeting we will also be seeking volunteers to serve on the Lambeth Cyclists Management Committee. The Management Committee is made up of five or six people and is responsible for overseeing all Lambeth Cylcists’ activity. So if you have ideas about the development of Lambeth Cyclists and put yourself forward! If you want further information on what the role involves or have any other queries please contact Borough Coordinator Philip Loy.
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