The cycle parking.
125 issues found for 'cycle-parking':
The cycle parking.
A children's hospital is planned for the Biomedical Campus (Addenbrookes) and is planned to open in 2025.
The application is for former offices to be turned into housing.
Substantial proposed development next to the Technology Park on Fulbourn Road (ARM).
Lots of bike parking, mostly in double stackers.
How can cycle parking at Queen Anne Terrace car park be improved and made more secure?
Access to Impington Village College has not been looked at in any detail since the college opened in 1939. What issues are there for cycling to the college? What opportunities are there to make improvements?
It's unclear if there is any cycle parking related to this attraction.
The Co-op at the Radegund Road/Perne Road roundabout have axed 3 out of 5 exemplary and well-used sheffield stands to install an Amazon collection point.
Demolition of existing buildings comprising Anglia House, Kendal House inc. flats above, Regency House and Marble Store to rear and 1 Cambridge Road inc. flats above; redevelopment of the site comprising 28 new-build Class C3 residential units, and associated parking, 2no. A1 use class commercial units at ground floor level, inc. 2no. commercial parking parking spaces; proposed new landscaping and public realm improvements to Cambridge Road.
Land Comprising, Kendal Court, Anglia House, Kendal House, Regency House And 1 Cambridge Raod Cambridge Road Impington Cambridge CB24 9YS
Application reference : 20/03742/FUL
Redevelopment of land off Home Close and within the boundary of the Hain Daniels Group factory, in Histon, Cambridge, CB24 9NR. McCarthy & Stone’s initial plans propose to redevelop the site with Retirement Plus (Extra Care) accommodation with 65 apartments, 36 bungalows and seven cottages, all set within attractive landscaped gardens and with 45 on-site car parking bays.
A virtual consultation is available at https://mccarthyandstoneconsultation.co.uk/histon/proposals/ between Wednesday 16th September – Wednesday 23rd September 2020, looking for community feedback ahead of formal planning application.
Grand arcade cycle park is an underground cycle park at the Grand Arcade with around 500 cycle parking spaces.
There have been some issues with security, capacity and opening hours.
Redevelopment of office building
Waterbeach Cycle Campaign has received a Zero Carbon Communities grant from SCDC for installation of some badly needed cycle racks in the village centre. We have consulted with villagers about their preferences for their location and the Parish Council has approved the installation in those locations.
We need to arrange for the installation
City Council considering the addition of suitable 'hoops' to facilitate parking of cycles against bollards, sign posts, lighting columns and the like at various locations across the ward.
London Borough of Hounslow is consulting on the provision of secure cycle parking in residential streets around the borough.
The council has recently installed an on-street bikehangar in Chiswick at Ashbourne Grove and has received further requests from several residents nearby. Bikehangars offer secure cycle parking for residents in areas where the ability to safely store bikes within a property, or the front/rear garden, is limited. This is part of the council’s commitment to encourage more sustainable forms of transport for daily journeys. The council covers the installation cost of new bikehangars via an annual grant allocation from Transport for London to increase cycle parking provision in the borough, there is a rental fee per year of £72 per space, plus a deposit for a key (£25). The allocation of spaces is managed by the council’s contractor, Cyclehoop, who also look after ongoing maintenance.
Each new installation is the subject of a separate consultation. This is presumably because of the sensitivity of residents to any reduction in the number of parking spaces for cars.
We know we need thousands more cycle parking spaces in future to meet ambitions to reduce car trips into the city and cope with the huge population and employment growth that the region is already committed to in its Local Plans. There is very little highway space available in the city centre, so we need to re-purpose other spaces, such as multi-storey car parks. I want to see if we can develop a policy to put to the City Council that they could act on. We've been discussing locations for new cycle parks for years (see linked Camcycle article), so what's the hold-up?
Westminster City Council is undertaking a public consultation on 19 proposed new, secure cycle parking hangars throughout the borough, plus the relocation of the 2 existing hangars on Ilbert Street.
Could there be covered bike parking near the Robert Burns Centre
18/1365/B1C3 | Prior Approval notification of proposed change of use from B1(a)(Office) to Class C3 (dwellinghouses) to create 6no. 1xbedroom units. | 23 Tenison Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 2DG
No cycle parking shown in drawings
Applicant has failed to provide adequate information about their cycle parking. I'm concerned this will be passed as there is *still* no cycling officer to review the application.
Condition 3 - Cycle Parking
73 Bridewell Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 9EN
Application reference : 14/0470/COND3
The cycle park at the station seems to be under a crime wave. Each day more of the sheffield stands are just unbolted from the ground (should this even be possible?). Some have parts of bikes left on them. There are also a lot of bikes with missing wheels, saddles etc.
The entire unit seems to be neglected now. Dust is building up on the steps and ramps.
Also the area leading the way from the first floor to the second floor is always blocked by sheffield stands that should be removed. Currently only one bike can get through at a time and even me at 5'6" am likely to bang my head on the black cabinet sticking out.
The drawing shows what could be wheel-bender style racks and cycles leaning against each other on the wall.
Condition 4 - Cycle Parking
65 Aberdeen Avenue Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB2 8DL
Application reference : 16/0278/COND4A
Kate Ravilious // 0 threads
More cycle-parking required at this end of Coney Street
We've been contacted by a concerned resident of the Fison Road estate:
The Freehold of the above 2 storey block of flats (part of the Fison Road Estate) is owned and managed by Cambridge City Council.
Due to a number of thefts the residents of the 3 upper flats of this particular block secure their bicycles on the first floor landing adjacent to each front door (this is a covered open air space not an enclosed stairwell).
Following receipt of a recent Fire Risk Assessment, the City Council have instructed the occupants of all the flats to remove all the bicycles from the landing.
Cambridge Fire & Rescue visited the property on Monday (29 January 2018) and have advised that as the bicycles are secured back to the wall/railings and do not obstruct access to the front doors of each flat then they do not pose any significant fire risk and as far as they are concerned could remain.
The City Council however have responded that it is a requirement of the Lease that all landings are to be kept clear of all items.
The City Council were asked (as Freeholder and Management Agent) to investigate the possibility of providing suitable secured cycle parking so that the bicycles don’t need to be stored on the first floor landing.
There are a small number of cycle racks on the ground floor under the concrete staircase but these only allow the front wheel to be locked, and one bicycle has been stolen in the last month from this rack.
The City Council have responded that they are “not obliged” to provide cycle storage despite the arguement that they should be encouraging sustainable transport (especially for residents of their own properties).
Suitable covered secured cycle storage would be a planning requirement of any new block of flats.
Can Camcylce suggest if there is any support or advice that may be available to persuade the City Council to either relax its position on where the bicycles are currently stored, or for them to provide suitable and reliable secured storage facilities?
The City Council have given 14 days for the bicycles to be removed (i.e. by next Thursday 8 February 2018).
Proposed new landscaping to pedestrianise part of Cotall Street and connect the Limehouse Cut Towpath to the Bartlett Park. This includes the removal of existing parking bays, railings, and part of the towpath wall. The introduction of steps and a ramp to access to the towpath, a small pontoon, cycle parking, and new planting.
Cotall Street and Canal Wall, London
Application reference : PA/17/02841/NC
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Cotall Street Consultation: proposed road closure and relandscaping
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Cycle provision for new research institute
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