Mini Holland Study Tours

IMG_9142Waltham Forest Cycling Campaign  volunteers have run walking and cycling study tours of the borough’s transformative Mini Holland active travel programme for many groups of campaigners, officer and politicians, including those listed below.

As of October 2018 we have conducted around 50 tours. Note that Waltham Forest Council officers and politicians have also conducted a considerable number of tours, bringing the total so far to at least 80.

  • London Borough of Newham councillors & borough London Cycling Campaign (LCC) group.
  • London Borough of Tower Hamlets councillors & borough LCC group
  • London Borough of Croydon councillors & LCC trustees
  • London Borough of Hackney councillor and borough LCC group
  • London Borough of Lambeth councillor, “Mums4Lungs” & Camberwell campaigners
  • London Borough of Enfield councillors & council officers
  • London Borough of Southwark councillors, Dulwich & Herne Hill Safe Routes to School forum
  • London Borough of Bexley officer
  • London Borough of Richmond councillors, officers and cycle campaign
  • London Borough Lewisham Mayor and councillors
  • Newcastle City Council officers, politicians & campaigners
  • Glasgow City Council officers and cabinet member
  • Southampton City Council officers, Portsmouth City Council, Hampshire County Council, Balfour Beatty
  • Edinburgh City Council councillors, Sustrans Scotland & Sustrans London.
  • East Sussex County Council officers
  • Perth & Kinross Council officer
  • Exeter cycling campaign
  • Sheffield Cycling Campaign cabinet member, councillors & officers
  • Ramblers Association 15 policy, media & advocacy staff
  • London Assembly Transport Committee
  • Royal Town Planning Institute – 28 members
  • Sustrans South staff (20 members of senior staff from across south of UK)
  • London Living Streets, walking campaign group
  • Southwark Living Streets
  • London Cycling Campaign – senior staff & trustees
  • Camden borough LCC group
  • Haringey borough LCC group
  • ‘WeAreCycling’ Scotland
  • Transport for London – 20 staff
  • London Assembly members
  • “Healthy Streets 2016 & 2017 Conference” delegates (around 50 in total)
  • Campaigners & officers from Bogota
  • Lewisham Green Party
  • Guilford Cycling Campaign
  • Dorking Business Improvement District (BID)
  • Transition Primrose Hill
  • ‘Cycle Oxford’ campaign group
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