We are Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking

For any media enquiries, please contact the Living Streets press team on 020 7456 9790 or out of office hours, 07545 209 865.

Alternatively you can email: kathryn.shaw@livingstreets.org.uk 

Students: we get lots of requests from students for interviews. We try our best to accommodate these but during busy campaigning periods we don't always have the capacity to be able to do so. We apologise for these occasions and hope you understand that the work of the charity needs to be prioritised. If you have a request, please email commsteam@livingstreets.org.uk with as much notice as possible.

Latest Press Releases

11.05.2018

Plans to build a six lane road tunnel in East London approved - our comment

London

Silvertown Tunnel will damage the Mayor of London’s plans to clean up London’s air

10.05.2018

Our response to the draft revised National Planning Policy Framework

Government must plan for more walking of everyday journeys.

10.05.2018

Cardiff to go car-free in a bid to clean up Wales’ air

Wales

One in five people in the UK don’t think it’s achievable to do 150 minutes of moderate exercise a week

01.05.2018

Is 150 minutes exercise a week a step too far?

One in five people in the UK don’t think it’s achievable to do 150 minutes of moderate exercise a week

30.04.2018

Roadworks to be shifted onto pavements - our comment.

'This policy flies in the face of the government's commitment to enable people to walk more'

27.04.2018

Scottish pupil celebrated for national design success

Scotland

Sanjana was one of 11 winners in a UK-wide design competition

19.04.2018

Edinburgh pupils on a mission to make streets safer

Scotland

Edinburgh pupils develop creative ideas to help motivate families to walk to school more

17.04.2018

Our response to Transport for the North's latest consultation

TfN should be ambitious and strive to tackle air pollution in its transport plans.

10.04.2018

Stop prioritising the car to tackle childhood obesity

Stop prioritising the car to tackle childhood obesity, governments/planners urged by British Journal of Sports…