The Road to Clean Deliveries is a Bike Ride Away!2nd February 2021 / Posted by Rachael Aldridge
We are only two months away from the Clean Air Villages 3 (CAV3) project end date! CRP has been working through the many trials and tribulations of the pandemic, and we are pleased to promote the cargo-bike schemes across 6 CAV3 villages. The schemes support a network of various local businesses such as restaurants, coffee roasters, paint shops and independent stores delivering to their local customers via zero-emission transport methods.
We are delivering this scheme in Richmond, Tooting (London Borough of Wandsworth), Wimbledon (London Borough of Merton), Deptford (London Borough of Lewisham), Soho (Westminster City Council) and Seven Sisters Junction (London Borough of Haringey). Since the recent lockdown was announced, the CRP team have reached out to local foodbanks, charities and pharmacies to help support them during these challenging times. These schemes in all 6 areas are still ongoing and have capacity to take on businesses from these areas to join and trial cargo-bike deliveries for free.
If you are interested in utilising the schemes, please reach out to CRP Project Officer Ross Phillips for Deptford, CRP Senior Project Officer Laura Jacklin for Wimbledon, Tooting and Richmond and CRP Project Officer Anusha Rajamani for Soho and Seven Sisters Junction.
Not in any of the above areas but interested in cargo-bike deliveries for your business? Contact Anusha Rajamani to find out how you can make the switch!