Affiliated Groups help us create better streets. They are independent of Living Streets but share a common cause and promote our campaigns and messages.
Check out where our Affiliated Groups are below. Contact them directly if you'd like to get involved.
Becoming an Affiliated Group
Would your group like to be affiliated with Living Streets? We welcome community groups, national and regional organisations. Affiliated Groups have access to a range of support materials:
- Invited to our FREE Annual Supporters' Conference
- Have a listing on our website
- Access to our online discussion areas
- Regular email updates on campaigns and activity
- Range of campaign tools to help you make a difference in your area.
Becoming an Affiliated Group is simple. All Affiliated Groups sign up to our helpful Charter which outlines the support you will be given in full. To find out more please email our Supporter and Marketing Coordinator, Ruth Billingham
Our Affiliated Groups
Norwich/Norfolk Transport Action Group
A sustainable transport umbrella group covering issues relating to walking, cycling and public transport.
Contact John Peacock
Residents society covering St Peter's ward in Islington. Promotes high standards of planning, architecture and preservation and to advance public safety through the promotion of safe traffic movements throughout the area.
Contact Beverley Dean
An independent organisation that lobbies to preserve and protect Wanstead.
Contact Scott Wilding
A community group and emerging development trust working with all stakeholders to improve the Archway area.
Contact Kate Calvert
Friends of Chippenham Gardens
The Group encourages the public use and upkeep of Chippenham Gardens open space in London, NW6.
Contact Jon Fawcett
Friends of Thimblemill Brook
Working to advance the education of the public in conservation, protection and improvement of the physical environment in the area.
Contact Julie McKirdy
A community interest group, giving a voice and forum to local residents.
Contact Keith Jones
The T Birds Highfield Community
Providing recreation and social activities for women and familes in Highfield, Gateshead.
Contact Marie Sidgwick
Upper Calder Valley Renaissance Sustainable Transport Group
Contact Myra James
Campaiging for the safety and convenience of pedestrians in the Wirral area.
Contact Ian Campbell
A collective of community activists and local groups coming together to positively influence the canal-side development, hoping to create a viable and sustainable new local community in Fountainbridge.
Contact Michelle McIntyre
Created in 2009 by the merger of the sector organisations, SFEU, SCI, ASC and COLEG, Scotland's Colleges aims to enhance collective efforts to make a positive impact on learners in the Scottish college sector.
Contact Barbara Slater
Promoting environmental justice and living within the natural constraints of the planet.
Contact Andrew Llanwarne
Representing the views of the Crieff community in Perthshire.
Contact Stephen Leckie
Transforming a car dominated space in south Edinburgh into a place for people.
Contact David James Wood
To bring people together to build a future which is not reliant on fossil fuels
Contact Philip Revell
Aiming to tidy up local streets and encourage more greenery in the area, to make the community a more pleasant place to be.
Contact Fern Alder
Promoting walking as a healthy and viable mode of transport. Developing pedstrian facilities in Rushmoor, Farnborough.
Contact Clive Andrews
Axbridge Action Group
Addressing the concerns of residents in Axbridge, Somerset.
Contact: Peter Harding
Using the natural world for fun, wellbeing and learning. The best classroom is roofed only by the sky!
Contact: Jane Acton
Committed to making Bath carbon neutral and resource efficient, prioritisng walking, cycling and public transport.
Contact: Gillian Risbridger
Campaigning for better streets and public spaces for pedestrians in Guernsey.
Contact Pat Wisher
Mission is to reclaim New York City's streets from the automobile and to advocate for walking, cycling and public transit as the best transportation alternatives.
Contact Lindsey Ganson
Decreasing air pollution in Macedonia, creating safe and livable streets, full of people and bicycles. Promotion of sustainable means of transport and conservation of the environment.
Contact Nikola Neshkoski