Our manifesto for London 2021

Fairer streets, better lives

We're calling for London Mayoral candidates to put walking and cycling at the heart of their plans for a fairer, healthier future for the capital.

Our manifesto for London 2021

We think that all Londoners should live in a city where our streets and public spaces serve everyone.

Download our full manifesto for the 2021 London elections.

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James Austin, our London Director said:

“All Londoners deserve to live in a city where our streets, transport options and public spaces serve everyone.

"We’re calling on the next Mayor of London to create fairer streets and better lives by placing equity at the heart of their decision making.

"The needs of millions of disadvantaged Londoners have long been neglected in how the city is designed.

"And this is creating inequity in health and life choices that has been exposed in the starkest light during Covid, and can no longer be accepted.

"Our manifesto has broken new ground with 12 asks of the Mayor that will make London’s streets better for children, women, people on low incomes, minority ethnic groups, disabled people and people living in polluted areas.

"It is time to make London a world-leading city where everyone thrives.”
  

We talked to London residents to find out what they want from the next Mayor to help make the capital a better place to be.

  
We're asking all candidates running to be Mayor of London in May 2021 to put tackling health and transport inequities at the heart of their plans for the city.

  

Our manifesto proposals for London

Here are 12 policies that mayoral candidates should adopt in their forthcoming offer to Londoners.

These policies will accelerate the change London needs, for the benefit of all.

And they will help to transform London into a more active, better connected, healthier, fairer city.

  

What you can do

Want to help make fairer streets and better lives in London?

Get in touch with your preferred candidate and ask them to commit to putting walking and cycling at the heart of their plans for the city.

You can email them. You can Tweet, Instagram or Facebook them. And you can comment on their YouTube videos. It all counts.

  

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