Not only are we exceptional walkers, we’re also experts in planning and urban design, positive behaviour change and have a huge number of on the ground projects that are boosting communities across the UK. We offer a range of bespoke consultancy, project management and behaviour change initiatives, as well as products that will help your business or school reap the benefits of increased walking levels.

Take a stroll around all our projects and initiatives below and see how we can help your community develop the walking bug.

Walk to School Week

Our annual week long celebration of the walk to school will take place 20-24 May 2019 - Join the FUN!

Two girls in yellow dresses walking to school

Happy Shoesday

Wear the shoes that make you happy, have fun and help us create safer, walkable streets for all.

Walking Works

Walking Works is our programme for embedding the culture of walking into workplaces.

Walkable Communities - Scotland

Living Streets Scotland is working to create safer, more inclusive, and more attractive streets and spaces for…

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Our year-round walk to school challenge, now in its 20th year, rewards primary school pupils who walk to schoo…

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WOW Walk to School app

Lower Speed Communities

Living Streets Scotland's new 20mph project.

Five-day Walking Challenge

Our five-day walking challenge is designed to offer primary school pupils a burst of walking activity.

Two girls in yellow dresses walking to school

Month-long Walking Challenge

Help primary school pupils start to feel the benefits of regular activity by taking part in our month-long cha…

Three boys walking to school together

WOW Travel Tracker

The WOW Travel Tracker is used by schools participating in WOW – our year-round walk to school challenge, to r…

Free Your Feet

Our five-day secondary school challenge encourages students to walk to school - with a £50 prize up fro grabs.…

What is Next Steps?

NEXT STEPS is Living Streets’ walking challenge for students transitioning to secondary school.

Walking with older people

Living Streets works directly with communities to help older people overcome barriers to walking

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Move makers

Living Streets delivered an innovative project with special educational needs (SEN) schools to address the bar…

Group of pupils and teachers from SEN school

Walk Doctors

Walk Doctor events are a popular way of engaging any audience you wish to reach and inspiring them to make wal…