Cross River Partnership (CRP) is putting communities at the heart of everything that it does.

This means co-designing, co-delivering and co-evaluating all of our projects. Sometimes this is with residents, sometimes with businesses, sometimes visitors, sometimes all three. In this way, we maximise the benefits achieved, together.


Drury Lane Parklet

A Greener and Safer Street for Covent Garden School Children


Lunchtime Streets in the Local Community

Westminster’s Community Coming Together to support Cleaner Air


20 Years and counting

CRP and Partners Celebrate 20 years of the Millennium Bridge


Cargo Bike Trial Launched in Wimbledon

With project partners London Borough of Merton, Love Wimbledon BID and XeroE


Business Cargo Bike Guide

A Clean Air Villages site to support businesses with essential information for procuring and using cargo bikes


Painting Murals

Students help to finish Cayley Primary School’s Mural in London Borough of Tower Hamlets!


Clean Air for the Community

Camden’s Cargo Bike Launch with local businesses


Engaging with Local Businesses on Small Business Saturday

Providing zero emission solutions in Soho

Here’s some more of our recent achievements

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-1

    As part of the Mayor of London-funded Healthy Streets Everyday programme, CRP delivered over 314 Car-Free Day events and play streets across a range of locations in 16 boroughs over three years

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-3

    CRP is supporting SMEs to lease zero emission vehicles through London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham’s Shared Electric Vehicle (EV) Scheme

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-5

    CRP have trialled a hub space in SE1 to accept small and medium-sized deliveries for Brixton’s local businesses

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-7

    CRP has presented at many events to inspire positive change in communities, including Hammersmith BID Transport Forum, Greater London Freight Partnership, Future Cities Forum on Achieving Net Zero and the Fitzrovia Sustainability Forum

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-9

    Active travel supported to increase wellbeing in cities through CRP communications

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-11

    Clean Air Logistics for London is consulting with the business community on moving more freight into London via river rather than road

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-13

    Three Car-Free Day school murals installed across London through Healthy Streets Everyday. 159 mural drawings were submitted from 11 local schools

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-2

    Healthy Streets Everyday delivered over 680m2 of new public realm and over 260m2 of greening, with two cycle lane improvements and 16 standard cycle places provided

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-4

    Three electric vehicles were leased by a London-based hospital as part of Clean Air Villages 3

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-6

    The Healthy Streets Everyday King’s Road Christmas Lights Switch On involved 200 metres of road closures, with 75,000 visitors, 60 market stalls and a 9% NOx reduction, improving air quality for the local community

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-8

    A six-month Citizen Science Air Quality Monitoring Project with King’s College Hospital brought together staff with an interest in air quality to influence positive change, as part of Clean Air Villages 3

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-10

    CRP’s cargo bike trials, as part of Clean Air Villages, are serving local communities with zero-emission deliveries. Throughout the pandemic, these schemes were used to deliver vital healthcare essentials across London

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-12

    CRP worked with the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum to conduct a Deliveries & Servicing Audit. CRP analysed the data and produced two reports detailing recommendations and next steps for the implementation of consolidation, procurement, and operational recommendations

  • CRP 2022-Master-Blue-On-White_v-14

    76,279 members of the community engaged in relation to Healthy Streets and Partner Initiatives through CRP Communications

…and here’s how we got involved with UPS to help with their fleet electrification