Walking

If you want to walk more or help make streets safer and better, Living Streets' new Chief Executive, Mary Creagh invites you to join our movement. 

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Pavements

Pavement parking


It's happening! The governemnt is consulting on a ban on pavement parking in England.

At a time when we need more space so people can travel actively while physically distancing, it could not be better timed.

Sign our petition - add your voice so England follows Scotland's lead and introduce's a nationwide ban.

Sign our petition and complete the consultation

Latest: pavement parking in Scotland

Latest: pavement parking in Wales

Walking number 1

Highway code


For years Living Streets has campaigned for a walking to be made top priority on our roads - and the current review of the Highway Code is proposing to do just that.

Take our action to back the proposals - and use our template letter to write to your MP as well.

Together we can make Walking Number 1.

Take action: make walking number 1

Email your MP

Become a member


Join our movement for change. Together we are stronger.

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