On June 6, the 3rd Annual Hackney Cycling Conference will be held in London’s number one borough for cycling.
From reallocation of road space to muscling in on footways, the event will bring together transport professionals, politicians, academics and campaigners to discuss how to make London cycling safer.
Speakers include London Cycling Commissioner Andrew Gilligan, Transport for London representatives and Rachel Aldred, senior lecturer in transport at University of Westminster.
Hackney is the number one borough for cycling, and Perseverance Works is no different. Earlier this year, Perseverance Works partnered with Cylescheme allowing its employees to benefit from the scheme which aims to encourage us to cycle to work. Our favourite Security Manager, Khagen, jumped at the chance to sign up!
And for those looking for an electric alternative, nearby e-bike retailer Fully Charged stocks numerous brands of the bikes. Pedal power or electric charge, PW tenants are spoilt for choice!
To see the full programme and register for the event on June 6, click here.
To read more about the future of cycling in the metropolis, read PW Architect Simon Henley’s piece Why Cycle Cities are the Future.