Working together to get more people walking
Our Public Affairs Coordinator, Callum Coleman, tells us about Living Streets’ presence at this autumn’s political conferences – and how we're influencing change to create better streets for pedestrians.
11 Oct 2023
A more eco-friendly home delivery service
How YEEP!’s out-of-home locker service is helping to reduce delivery van mileage.
30 Jun 2023
Is 60 the new 70?
Dr Stephanie Lacey, a public health speciality registrar at Birmingham University, has written about how lowering the speed limit on motorways could have benefits for both air quality and our health.
14 Jun 2023
LGBTQ+ hidden history walks
The importance of making the history of marginalised groups more visible and how we’re doing that through our work.
01 Jun 2023
Making the invisible visible
The importance of community-led walks in making the history of marginalised groups more visible.
A community through walking
Aisha Hannibal tells us how walking is a powerful tool for creating social connections and shares how it is shaping the work we're doing with Local Groups.
A parklet brings joy to a street
Parklets can transform our streets, providing places for us to stop, rest and have fun. If you're thinking of creating one Jon and Diana's story is essential reading.
22 May 2023
Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and social housing
Jeremy Leach explains how LTNs have brought benefits to Walworth, an area of London with a large amount of social housing.
How changes to street infrastructure can change travel behaviour
Streets that invite people to walk more will help us tackle the climate emergency, increase activity levels, and reduce the risks associated with isolation.
Is parking a right?
As a new tool is launched to prompt councils to rethink policy on parking, our engagement coordinator, Matthew asks why it's so difficult to change minds on this issue.