Engineering & Planning

Cycle-friendly infrastructure and planning aim to make the general highway conditions safer and more convenient for cyclists.

Cycling England’s professional support team can provide advice to local authorities and others, on the practical application of best practice, working with those engaged as professionals and with elected members.

Landing Page - Development Planning Opportunities

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Landing Page - Design Checklist & Guidance

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Landing Page - Design Principles

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Landing Page - Integration within Policy & Strategy

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Landing Page - Highway Improvements & Maintenance Opportunities

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Landing Page - Infrastructure for Cyclists

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Cycling City, Cycling Towns

England's first Cycling City and eleven new Cycling Towns are set to receive the largest investment in cycling the country has ever seen.

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Bikeability

Cycling England's flagship award scheme, teaching children to cycle safely and responsibly.

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Cycling England’s Mid-term Review

Cycling England’s Mid-term Review marks the half way stage of the 2008/2011 Spending Review. The review highlights key milestones both for cycling and for Cycling England, including initial results from the Cycling Demonstration Town programme. These show that all towns have achieved significant success in getting more people cycling.

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Personality of the Month - Alison Hill, Health Specialist

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What is your job or other main activity that involves cycling?
I work in an organisation called the South East Public Health Observatory which monitors and measures health and disease in the population of the South East. SEPHO leads for the Association of Public Health Observatories on physical activity, transport and obesity, so we have staff with specialist expertise

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Scheme of the Month - Public Health specialist support to Bristol Council

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In 2006 a new Director of Public Health, Hugh Annett, was appointed jointly by Bristol Primary Care Trust (PCT) and Bristol City Council. Such joint appointments are becoming commonplace and provide the foundations for greater engagement between such organisations. While a joint appointment is no guarantee

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