Events

Upcoming and past events from Cross River Partnership and our partners. See a full list of our LiveShare, Lunchtime Launch and Connect 4 event recordings here. We look forward to seeing you at our next online or in-person event!

CRP’s Connect 4 Series: Good Parks for London 2022 Report Launch
Hybrid

September 29, 2022 00:00

Cost:  Free

Join Cross River Partnership (CRP) for the ninth session of the Connect 4 Series, ‘Good Parks for London 2022 Report Launch‘, taking place on Thursday 29th September, 4pm – 4:45pm. This event is open to all as an online interactive Microsoft Teams session and will be held (by invitation only) at Westminster City Hall.

The report showcases the great work that land managers are doing in London and assesses the performance of participating London borough’ park services for 2021–2022. Headlined ‘Keeping Parks Clean’, the report focuses on litter and waste management featuring excellent case studies showing different approaches to tackling this perennial issue.

The Good Parks for London report is produced by Parks for London, with the generous sponsorship of GL Hearn. Cross River Partnership is the official partner and sponsor of this launch event.

Speakers at the event will be:

  1. Julia Thrift, Director of Healthier Placemaking, Town & Country Planning Association (TCPA)
  2. Julian Woolley, National Landscape Design Director, GL Hearn
  3. Tony Leach, Chief Executive, Parks for London
  4. A representative from the top performing London Borough
  5. Ross Phillips, Sustainable Transport Project Manager, Cross River Partnership
  6. Rachael Aldridge, Communications Project Manager, Cross River Partnership

Parks for London (PfL), is an independent charity which provides the leading strategic and representative voice for the green space sector in London. In 2021, PfL was selected by the Greater London Authority to be a Centre for Excellence to support and champion London’s publicly accessible parks and green spaces, ensuring these spaces continue to develop and thrive now and in the future.

GL Hearn is a market-leading UK real estate consultancy, providing successful planning, development and occupier advisory outcomes for both public and private sector clients. GL Hearn provide commercially driven advice through all stages of the asset life cycle, specialising in a variety of sectors including retail, residential, mixed-use development, commercial office space, healthcare and infrastructure.

Cross River Partnership (CRP) is a partnership delivering environmental, economic and community-focused projects. We support public, private and voluntary organisations to address creatively challenges around Air Quality, Transport, Placemaking and Wellbeing.

Building lives, and bringing life to buildings
Online

September 22, 2022 12:00

Cost:  Free

On September 22, Molly Pritchard, Social Investment Officer at the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Martine Corbett, Training Programme and Social Value Manager at Willmott Dixon, and Maria Roye, Head of Learning at the London Learning Consortium come together in an online #PXConversation to discuss the creation and running of North Kensington’s Building Lives Academy.

Aimed at young residents aged 16-25 from Kensington and Chelsea, and the surrounding boroughs, the Willmott Dixon Building Lives Academy is an eight-week pre-employment programme, which provides local young people with qualifications and work experience for a career in construction or logistics. The fully funded course provides learners with a range of qualifications including Level 1 certificates in Basic Construction Skills and Employability Skills, and the option to take courses in Digital Skills, Maths and English. Learners also complete work experience with Willmott Dixon at one of the Council’s new home construction sites in the borough.

The council-owned premises, which were previously empty, have been provided to Willmott Dixon under a social investment lease. This means that RBKC provides the property at a reduced rent, and in return the academy trains young people from the borough and helps them to access employment. As a result, this project both activates a previously vacant council-owned building and trains the next generation of people who will develop the borough’s built environment in the future.

In this conversation, moderated by RBKC’s Michael Blake, we will get to hear how this project came about from the people that made it happen. We will talk about social value and collaboration, and shine a light on some of the methods that the team have used to overcome challenges along the way.

In conversation:

Maria Roye, Traineeship and Employer Engagement Manager at London Learning Consortium Community (LLC): Maria has worked at London Learning Consortium Training Provider for several years, advising and supporting young people and older adults to help them move into a career or make a next step in their professional development. Having worked in many schools and colleges, Maria is a qualified and experienced professional who oversees the Building Lives Construction Programme in Kensal Road W10.

Molly Pritchard, Social Investment Officer, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea: Molly joined Kensington and Chelsea Council in October 2020 as part of the National Graduate Development Programme. The Building Lives Academy was one of the first projects she led as a graduate.

Martine Corbett, Training Programme Manager, Willmott Dixon

Moderated by:

Michael Blake, Head of Social Investment, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea: Michael leads and manages RBKC’s social investment work: shaping the organisation’s social investment strategy, managing their social investment projects and leases, designing investment opportunities and sharing learning.

Higher Education & the High Street
In-Person

September 16, 2022 08:00

Cost:  Free

What do high streets, universities & higher education colleges have in common? Come along to an in-person forum discussion on the opportunities and challenges of institution-led high street regeneration, hosted by Hassell and London Higher.

Universities and higher education colleges often have facilities on high streets and in town centres, or a desire to be physically present in these places. Historically, the motivation has been to ensure accessibility and visibility of the institution, but today we are seeing a shift towards a much more holistic approach to place management, seeking to integrate student life and learning with the public experience.

In this in-person forum, hosted by Hassell with London Higher, we will discuss the opportunities and challenges of institution-led high street regeneration. This forum can seat up to 18 stakeholders.

COVID-19’s Impact on Commercial Spaces: Understanding your Lease, Rent Negotiation & Business Rates
Online

September 6, 2022 00:00

Cost:  Free

Renting a property can be an expensive and complex part of running a business. That’s why the London Business Hub has launched the Property Advice Service to help you find the right space and fully understand the costs associated with renting a property. We’ll also be here for you if you’re renegotiating a lease with your landlord.

Entrepreneurs and business owners taking part in the programme will have access to a series of free masterclasses on topics such as business rates, lease negotiations and more. The programme can also offer one-to-one support for your specific circumstances from expert property consultants Gerald Eve and other property professionals.

Our masterclasses will cover a range of topics to support London’s SMEs on the issue of being a commercial tenant, including:

  • Lease/licence agreements.
  • Business rates.
  • Property occupancy.
  • COVID-19 related issues.
  • Any other property issues.

Connect 4 Session 8: ESG and the Evolution of the Workplace
Online

August 18, 2022 16:00

Cost:  Free

Join Cross River Partnership (CRP) for the eighth session of CRP’s Connect 4 Series, ‘ESG and the Evolution of the Workplace’ taking place on Thursday 18th August, 4pm – 4:45pm. We will be hearing from Junee, Heart of the City and CRP on the circular economy and how to engage the workforce.

This session will take place online on Microsoft Teams.

Junee will be presenting on their work helping offices reduce food & beverage packaging waste in the workplace. The UK generates 11 billion pieces of packaging waste from lunch-on-the-go each year. They’ll share why reuse is the new recycling, and how their reusable container service helps offices transition from single-use to reuse, providing the packaging, washing, and communications support.

Heart of the City will be presenting on their mission to make social responsibility a core element of business’ focus going forward. This includes mentoring programmes for SMEs and their work with the City of London Corporation to work towards the Square Mile achieving Net Zero by 2040.

CRP will be presenting on the newly launched river freight pilot, as part of the Defra-funded Clean Air Villages 4 programme. This pilot is taking office and cleaning supplies for businesses from Dartford to the Northbank BID area, via Woolwich. Delivering freight by river can provide a cleaner alternative to petrol vehicles, and this pilot is the first multi-pick-up project in London.

There will be a panel at the end where attendees will have a chance to ask questions about the session.

The panel for Session 7 consists of:

1. Caroline Williams, Co-Founder, Junee

2. Maggie Berry OBE, Director, Heart of the City

3. Kate Fenton, Project Manager, Cross River Partnership

4. Rachael Aldridge, Communications Manager, Cross River Partnership

This event will take place online via MS Teams, and you will be sent a sign-up link once registered.

Junee is a company focused on workplace sustainability, who have created a reusable system for lunchtime packaging which makes reuse as easy as single-use.

Heart of the City support SMEs to be a force for good. Through workshops, masterclasses and expert mentoring, they help organisations take their first steps towards making responsible business a meaningful part of your work.

Cross River Partnership (CRP) is a partnership delivering environmental, economic and community-focused projects. We support public, private and voluntary organisations to address creatively challenges around Air Quality, Transport, Placemaking and Wellbeing.

Love Parks Week
Hybrid

Start Day/Time: July 29, 2022 00:00
End Day/Time: August 5, 2022 00:00

Cost:  Free

Love Parks Week is back, taking place from 29 July to 5 August, giving people across the country the chance to shout about their wonderful green spaces.

Whether it’s walking the dog, picnicking with friends, or pushing our little ones on a playground swing, our parks give our communities, our children, and our pets a vital space to play, grow, and bond.

Love Parks Week is set up to celebrate and support the efforts of volunteers and workers up and down the country to maintain and protect our green spaces.

It provides a week of action for parks to run events in their local area.

Cycle to Work Day
In-Person

August 4, 2022 00:00

Cost:  Free

Thousands of commuters have made the switch to cycling to work. They’ve got fitter, reduced their stress levels, saved loads of money on commuting costs – which has never been more important – and done their bit for the environment.

So, this year, whether you’re already a committed cycle commuter or just starting out on your journey – get on your bike and get to work the best way you can.

CRP’s Connect 4 Series Session 6 – People and Places: Designing Sustainably & Safely
Online

June 30, 2022 16:00

Cost:  Free

Join Cross River Partnership (CRP) for the sixth session of CRP’s Connect 4 Series – People and Places: Designing Sustainably and Safely, taking place on Thursday 30th June, 4pm – 4:45pm. Adapting the public realm is vital for a green recovery, and this session will look at interventions and guidance on how public space can be made more sustainable, more inclusive and safer for all those who use it.

CRP Business Improvement District partner Central District Alliance will be talking about their current and upcoming public realm work. With people returning to Central London offices, as well as greater focus on both health and climate change, the CDA is committed to supporting public realm improvements that enable safe, comfortable movement, sustainable transport choices and health and wellbeing.

Steer will also be launching the ‘Walking Freight Feasibility Study’, examining how walking freight using pedestrian porters could work in an integrated delivery system. This has the potential to replace van deliveries in built up areas of London, reducing congestion and pollution, and helping organisations to reach their CESR goals.

CRP and Steer will also be launching “Towards Vision Zero: Guidelines to help Local Authorities in the development of Road Danger Reduction Strategies and Action Plans”. The guide provides analysis of areas and interventions and recommendations of ambitious action which is required to achieve Vision Zero in London. The talk will go into detail about the case studies included in the guide and discuss the guidelines proposed.

There will be a panel at the end where attendees will have a chance to ask questions about the session.

The panel for Session 6 of CRP’s Connect 4 series consists of:

1. Lucy Minyo, Public Realm Lead, Central District Alliance

2. Fiona Jenkins, Associate, Steer

3. Ross Phillips, Sustainable Transport Project Manager, Cross River Partnership

4. Matteo Novati, Principal Consultant, Steer

5. Rachael Aldridge, Communications Project Manager, Cross River Partnership

This online webinar will be taking place on Microsoft Teams. You will receive a link to join the session in your invitation. There will also be interactive polls so that you can ask questions to presenters.


In-Person

June 18, 2022 08:00

Cost:  Free

Suitable for businesses and organisations! All who are curious about using a cargo bike are invited.

This Clean Air Day, Wandsworth Council is hosting a cargo bike networking event at Ram Quarter.

The event is about connecting representatives of businesses and organisations in the borough with potential cargo bike solutions. A range of cargo bike users will be at the event with their cargo bikes providing an opportunity for attendees to view the options, talk with cargo bike courier companies and other businesses that currently use cargo bikes and ask all the important questions on cargo bike logistics.

Coffees and breakfast snacks will be available to fuel ideas and importantly to fuel our cargo bike riders. There will also be a small, designated area where attendees can ride the cargo bikes.

Come and get involved and let’s work together to tackle climate change.

If your organisation would like to go one step further and trial using a cargo bike or cargo bike courier company for Clean Air Day, then email transportation@wandsworth.gov.uk and we will get you set up.

Spaces are limited so sign up now!

MOVE 2022
In-Person

June 15, 2022 09:00

Cost:  Standard £995, Public Sector £0

MOVE is the world’s most important mobility event, where disruptive technology and innovation drive change.

Automotive OEMs, transport operators, tech companies, fleet, energy companies, fast growing startups and policymakers gather every year to discover next generation technologies being brought into the marketplace. MOVE is their first port of call.

London Festival of Architecture
In-Person

June 4, 2022 00:00

Cost:  Free

A month long celebration of architecture and city-making, taking place this June across London – see all the activities here: https://www.londonfestivalofarchitecture.org/

CRP’s Connect 4 Series: Session 4. Sustainable Cities: Reinventing the River
Online

April 28, 2022 16:00

Cost:  Free

Join Cross River Partnership (CRP) for the fourth session of CRP’s Connect 4 Series – Sustainable Cities: Reinventing the River. This new event series will bring you exciting topics at 4pm on the last Thursday of each month. This Earth Day-themed session is taking place on Thursday 28th April, 4pm – 4:45pm.

The Illuminated River will be presenting how they have sensitively responded to the challenge of lighting nine of Central London’s great bridges and helped prompt debate on the use of light in the night-time environment.

The Port of London Authority (PLA) will be presenting on The Thames Vision 2050 consultation and how it is shaping the future for the UK’s major river, home to the country’s largest port, busiest inland waterway and burgeoning centre for sport and recreation. The Vision consists of Trading Thames, Destination Thames and Natural Thames. Priorities for Action include Safety, Net Zero, Resilience, Technological Change and Access and Inclusion.

CRP will be showcasing three recent studies as part of the Defra-funded Clean Air Villages 4 project:

  • Light Freight: Design Solutions for Thames Freight Infrastructure
  • River Freight Monitoring: Butler’s Wharf and Dartford Pier
  • Setting up a River Freight Project for Businesses: A Guide

These studies all consider using the tidal Thames for freight, including detailed analysis into monitoring of vessels for river freight, providing an opportunity to scientifically assess the environmental opportunities and challenges associated with moving freight from road to river. ‘Setting up a River Freight Project for Businesses: A Guide; also provides guidance for smaller businesses who are considering using the tidal Thames for the transportation of freight. All of these different uses of the river can be possible with good management and co-ordination, so that maximum environmental, economic and community benefits are delivered.

The panel for Session 4 consists of:

  1. Alistair Gale, Director of Corporate Affairs, Strategy & Thames Vision, Port of London Authority
  2. Ciron Edwards, The Illuminated River Foundation
  3. David Ebbrell, Project Officer, Cross River Partnership

This online webinar will be taking place on Microsoft Teams. You will receive a link to join the session in your invitation. There will also be interactive polls, so you can ask questions to presenters.

The Port of London Authority (PLA)’s operations cover 95 miles of the River Thames, from Teddington to the North Sea. The PLA work to keep commercial and leisure users safe, protect and enhance the environment, and promote the use of the river for trade and travel.

The Illuminated River is long-term art installation transforming the Thames at night with an orchestrated series of light works that span nine bridges in central London. It’s subtly moving sequences of LED light symbolically unify the Thames bridges, drawing inspiration from the spirit and history of the river and from the architectural and engineering heritage of its bridges.

Cross River Partnership (CRP) is a partnership delivering environmental, economic and community-focused projects. We support public, private and voluntary organisations to address creatively challenges around Air Quality, Transport, Placemaking and Wellbeing.

CRP’s Connect 4: Session 2
Online

February 24, 2022 00:00

Cost:  Free

This interactive online event will look at the global response to COVID-19, including developments in streetspace design to facilitate cycling, walking and social distancing.

The pandemic has caused abrupt changes to people’s lifestyles and transport changes and changed how cities function. COVID-19 has significantly changed how our cities operate, including through a renewed focus on sustainable, active travel within local and central government.

CRP’s new Healthy Streets Everyday guidance, ‘Global Streetscape Responses to COVID-19’, aims to inspire local authorities, business improvement districts and private sector organisations to deliver initiatives that support making cities healthier, greener, safer, livelier and more pleasant.

Roads have been closed to traffic in many areas to make space for hospitality businesses keen to continue trading outdoors and town centre visitors keen to socially distance in high footfall areas. This session will discuss the changes that have taken place on global high streets during the pandemic, the experiences of many and the potential long-term implications.

The three speakers for Session 2 are:

1. Ojay McDonald, Chief Executive, ATCM

2. Ross Phillips, Sustainable Transport Manager, Cross River Partnership

3. Gordon Innes, Bloomberg Associates

This online webinar will be taking place on Microsoft Teams. You will receive a link to join the session in your invitation. There will also be interactive polls, so you can ask questions to presenters.

Sustainability LIVE (Sustainability Magazine)
Hybrid

February 23, 2022 09:00

Cost:  Online: Free, 1-day pass: £195, 2-day pass: £295

Brought to you by Sustainability Magazine, the hybrid event will be held in London between February 23rd – 24th and broadcast live to the world.

With a comprehensive content programme featuring senior industry leaders and expert analysts, this is an opportunity not to miss. In-person attendees will also benefit from an all-inclusive fully catered networking area, quiet working areas, meeting rooms, charging points and free WiFi.

From keynote addresses to lively roundtables, fireside discussions to topical presentations, Q&A sessions to 1-2-1 networking, the 2-day show is an essential deep dive into issues impacting the future of each industry today.

Reaching Net Zero in the Built Environment: The Future Homes Standard Explaned (SocEnv)
Online

February 17, 2022 12:30

Cost:  Free

This webinar will be looking at the background of the new Future Homes Standard and provide an overview of the standard that will require new build homes to be future-proofed with low carbon heating and world leading levels of energy efficiency.

Dr Gavin Dunn, speaking in his capacity as CEO of the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE), will also provide reflections on the impact of the Standard on CABE members and the work of the built environment sector more generally, as it moves towards the goal of reaching net zero.

Waste-Age: What can design do? (British Institute of Interior Design)
In-Person

February 16, 2022 10:00

Cost:  £19.20

WHAT TO EXPECT

A new generation of designers is rethinking our relationship to everyday things. From fashion to food, electronics to construction, even packaging – finding the lost value in our trash and imagining a future of clean materials and a circular economy could point the way out of the Waste Age.

Of particular interest to interior designers will be the innovations in turning waste products into materials for furniture and textiles.

The BIID have booked a group visit to the exhibition on the 16th of February 2022 from 10am, please join us for a self-guided tour of this exciting new exhibition. Afterwards, take the time to visit the Design Museum’s free permanent display, filled to the brim with classic and cutting-edge design ideas and innovations.

WHAT YOU WILL LEAVE WITH

Explore major new exhibits that capture the devastating impact of waste including a large-scale art installation by Ibrahim Mahama made from e-waste in Ghana.

The exhibition showcases some of the visionary designers who are reinventing our relationship with waste, including Formafantasma, Stella McCartney, The Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Lacaton & Vassal, Fernando Laposse, Bethany Williams, Phoebe English and Natsai Audrey Chieza.

‘We must face the problem of waste – we can no longer ignore what happens to things when we get rid of them. Instead of thinking of objects as things that have an end life, they can have many lives. This is not just an exhibition it is a campaign, and we all have an active part in our future.’ Gemma Curtin, Curator.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Tickets are available for all members and supporters. Guests are allowed to book up to 2 tickets and can bring a paying non-member guest.

Additional Information

This will be a self-directed visit to the exhibition, not a guided tour. Please arrive 10 minutes before the beginning of the event to register your attendance with the BIID staff member who will escort you through the entrance.

If this event is fully booked, please join the waiting list. If you are no longer able to attend, please inform the office so that we can give your spot to someone else.

The advertised price does not include VAT.

If you have any queries, please email the office at info@biid.org.uk or call 020 7628 0255.

By booking a ticket to this event you are agreeing to the BIID event terms and conditions

Climate and Race Webinar (Reduce the Juice Connect)
Online

February 8, 2022 00:00

Cost:  Free

The climate crisis is affecting us all, but the severity of its effects are not spread justly. Those who contribute the least to environmental degradation are experiencing its effects most severely.

In this webinar, Reduce the Juice will be discussing how this is a consequence of social and economic factors, the institutional and structural constructs that exacerbate this problem. They will take a global view and recognise that this can mean different things across the globe, but also draw on specific case studies that highlight this injustice. Additionally, they will put the sustainability and environmental sector under the microscope and discuss why minorities are so poorly represented in this area in the UK.

CRP’s Connect 4 Series: Session 1
Online

January 27, 2022 00:00

Cost:  Free

This new, interactive event series will bring you exciting topics at 4pm on the last Thursday of each month. Session 1 is on Thursday 27th January, 4pm – 4:45pm, and looks at green deliveries in cities and accessible streets.

CRP, with consultants DSDHA, will be launching brand new guidance: Highways and Footways Accessibility Guidelines. The Guidelines outline recommendations to make fully accessible streets that do not just adhere to minimum standards, but that also make a conscious effort to establish spaces that are generous in design. It has never been more important to consider a wide variety of accessible measures in our built environment. With the Mayor’s commitment to accessibility through strategies such as Inclusive London, the guidance contributes to the wider aims of Vision Zero, Healthy Streets and London’s green economic recovery.

Delivering London will be presenting on their latest initiative, which is all about reducing emissions and congestion through consolidation of parcels deliveries in a dense locker network that respects all users of streets. Through this initiative, Delivering London aim to improve customer choice and deliver green growth to support healthy High Streets.

To complement CRP’s latest study, we will also be hearing from Better Bankside about the Green Logistics Centre. The hub will improve access to street space by co-ordinating deliveries, limiting kerb-side activity and tackling poor air quality. Better Bankside members can redirect bulk deliveries to the centre, which the BID will store on a short-term basis, delivering the quantity needed with an ultra-low or zero-emission vehicle such as an electric van or a cargo bike. The Green Logistics Centre aims to turn weekly deliveries into monthly ones.

The four speakers for Session 1 are:

  1. Jane Wong, Architect, DSDHA
  2. Eleanor Marshall, Project Officer, Cross River Partnership
  3. Noel Shapton, Director, Delivering London
  4. Amandeep Kellay, Sustainable Transport Manager, Better Bankside

This online webinar will be taking place on Microsoft Teams. You will receive a link to join the session in your invitation. There will also be interactive polls, so you can ask questions to presenters.

Green Logistics London: A Healthier City for All
Online

December 16, 2021 13:15

Cost:  Free

Join Cross River Partnership (CRP) for the twelfth and final Lunchtime Launch in the series. This online, interactive session on Thursday 16th December 20211:15pm – 2pm, will explore improving air quality through micro-logistics and green deliveries in London.

Local air quality has direct impacts on both the business community and public health. CRP Business Improvement District member The Fitzrovia Partnership and transport pollution experts EMSOL will discussing their latest initiatives to combat poor air quality in London.

The Fitzrovia Partnership will be presenting on policy changes affecting Fitzrovia and how businesses operate, through their upcoming Fitzero plan. Fitzero will focus on renewables, reduction and offsetting, with opportunities for development for the area’s people, buildings and places.

EMSOL have been monitoring air pollution and noise levels associated with river freight as part of CRP’s Clean Air Villages 4 programme, a Defra-funded project led by Westminster City Council in collaboration with 26 project partners to improve the air quality across different London ‘villages’, where both air pollution and population density levels are high.

The London Conference 2021
Hybrid

November 30, 2021 09:00

Cost:  Free

The London Conference 2021 will bring London’s leaders together to discuss the capital’s future. Centre for London’s event be talking about London’s recovery from the pandemic, tackling inequality, improving women’s safety, taking climate action, levelling up, and much more.

The conference will be live-streamed for an online audience, and speakers will be hosted at the Congress Centre watched by 150 in-person delegates.

Themes:

  • Levelling Up London
  • London’s New Political Map
  • Women’s Safety
  • London’s Post-Brexit Role
  • Green Recovery

Lunchtime Launch 11. Good Parks for London 2021: Parks and Climate Change
Online

November 18, 2021 00:00

Cost:  Free

For CRP’s eleventh monthly Lunchtime Launch event, join us for the virtual launch of this year’s Good Parks for London report on Thursday 18th November 2021, 1:15pm – 2:00pm. 

 The annual report published by Parks for London showcases the great work that land managers are doing in and around London, especially in considering the effects of climate change and how parks can mitigate them. 

 This online interactive Lunchtime Launch session will explore the importance of parks and green infrastructure in climate change and air quality mitigation strategies through key addresses by; Judy Ling Wong, the Honorary President of the Black Environment Network (BEN) and author of the report’s foreword, Joanne Dennis-Jones, Head of Planning at  sponsors GL Hearn and Tony Leach, Chief Executive at Parks for London, as well as from the London Borough that has shown inspiring improvement in its parks service. 

 The main learning points from this session include: 

  • How London’s parks can play a key role in climate and air quality strategies; 
  • How parks can mitigate the impacts of climate change; 
  • The importance of green infrastructure in our cities. 

CLEAN AIR CHRISTMAS DAY #23: SOUTHBANK BID 🎄

Christmas is almost here, so if you want to really get into the Christmas spirit, why not check out our next #CleanAirVillages partner, Southbank BID! Link in bio for the CRP Clean Air Villages Directory

🚲🚐🔌 We're thrilled that Willesden Green is joining the latest #CleanAirVillages project!

Local traders will receive help and support to recover from COVID-19 in a clean, green and sustainable way 🍃

Support will focus on helping businesses to benefit from more ...environmentally-friendly logistics & past projects have included cargo bike trials, shared electric vans and clean air routes 💪🌍

#cleanair #climateemergency #willesdengreen #workinghardforbrent

📦🚲Exciting news - deliveries 🚲📦

Thank you theecofleetcom and Cross River Partnership for adding Tooting Market onto your initiative. Because of this we can now offer deliveries on Tuesdays 😃

The details:
🔸Orders will be delivered on Tuesday afternoons
...🔹If refilling your own containers we will collect them on the Tuesday morning
🔸Free of charge for 3mile radius of the market - further distances will be worked out on a case by case basis
🔹To order please email: tanya@byo.london - you can find our product list in our bio, remember to include the weight of the product you want if ordering dried foods e.g. 300g red lentils, 100g raisins 👍
🔸You must order by midday on Monday ready for Tuesday delivery

Calling all #Richmond businesses! The new zero-emission cargo bike scheme to transport your goods and services is now LIVE 🚲📦in partnership with Cross River Partnership, berichmonduk and theecofleetcom, as part of the defrauk funded #CleanAirVillages project! A quicker, cheaper, cleaner ...alternative to polluting vehicles 📩Email laurajacklin@crossriverpartnership.org to register ✅
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#liveworkexplore #Richmond #CleanAirVillages #airquality #eco #airquality #zeroemissions #crossriverpartnership

We are excited to announce the launch of Tooting's new zero-emission cargo bike delivery service, in partnership with Cross River Partnership and theecofleetcom, as part of the DefraUK funded #CleanAirVillages project! Be one of the first businesses to transport your goods and services by ...cargo bike - a cleaner, cheaper, quicker alternative to polluting vehicles. The first x10 businesses to sign up before 30th October will receive free hours and bike rider! To register your interest and for more information, please email laurajacklin@crossriverpartnership.org