THE UK CHARITY FOR EVERYDAY WALKING
Is walking the miracle cure to our public health crisis?
Join us and our stellar line-up of experts and campaigners in Manchester on 6 March 2020 as we discuss the link between making our streets better for walking and improving public health.
And book before 24 January to take advantage of our early bird offer!
For years we have campaigned for more time to cross.
And as a successful year draws to a close, we are delighted to say that the government has listened and acted.
We believe that everyone should be able to walk on pavements without worrying about vehicles blocking their way.
That’s why we’re campaigning for an end to pavement parking up and down the UK. And the progress we’re making shows what we can do when we work together.
Please help us finish the job by becoming a Living Streets member.
Scotland has made history by becoming the first UK country to issue a nationwide ban on pavement parking.
The ban is the culmination of over a decade of campaigning by Living Streets Scotland and disablity charities - and is thanks to your support.
Read our response and find out what happens next.
After asking people in Wales how pavement parking affects them, the results are pretty emphatic, with 83% supporting a Wales-wide ban.
Our new report, with a foreword from Wales' Deputy Minister for Transport, outlines the case for action on irresponsible parking.
Walking is man's best medicine
A generation ago, 70% of us walked to school – now it’s less than half.
We want to reverse this decline. We want children to be energised and empowered, and to make walking to school their natural choice.
And we know just how to do it.
Living Streets Cymru calls for better investment in walking in Cardiff
Special guest helps pupils start 2020 on the right foot
Sustainable Transport in New Housing Review
Living Streets' CEO named in the New Year Honours list