Daisy Narayanan, John Lauder, Grace Martin

From left to right: Daisy Narayanan, John Lauder and Grace Martin

Ashley Hunter

Ashley Hunter will take over the role as Director Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland

Walking and cycling charity, Sustrans, has made a number of senior appointments UK-wide and in Scotland and Northern Ireland to reflect the charity’s ongoing commitment to people-centred places, and...
30 May 2019
Our London office is delighted to announce the appointment of our new Head of Built Environment. Giulio Ferrini, MEng, starts his new role on 1 April 2019. As Head of Built Environment, Giulio will...
1 April 2019
Photo of Lee Craigie by bicycle at Caird Hall, Dundee

Lee Craigie at her first official appearance as Active Nation Commissioner at Raising the Standards Day

Raising the Standards Day is a great opportunity to explore the issues involved in active travel. To hear from experts across the industry, from within Sustrans alongside national and international...
31 January 2019
Photo of family walking on cycling and walking path, National Cycle Network

The Government has set an ambition in the CWIS of getting 55% of primary school children walking to school by 2025 | Photo credit: ©2015, Sustrans

The Government is in serious danger of missing its targets to increase levels of cycling and walking in England unless there is an increase in funding. Giving evidence to the House of Commons...
23 January 2019
Photo of Lee Craigie meeting Transport Scotland’s active travel delivery partner organisations on an urban cycle path in Scotland

Lee Craigie as Active Nation Commissioner meeting Transport Scotland’s active travel delivery partner organisations

Photo of Lee Craigie next to a bicycle on National Cycle Route 78- The Caledonia Way

Lee Craigie was announced as Active Nation Commissioner for Scotland in December 2018 | Image credit: James Robertson, ©2017

In her first official appearance in her new role Scotland’s newly appointed Active Nation Commissioner, Lee Craigie is to meet the people at the frontline of delivering walking and cycling...
23 January 2019
Photo of Manor Powis Roundabout, National Route 76, one of the six Scottish activation projects identified as part of the National Cycle Network Review in 2018. Path users exit from a traffic-free section directly on to a very busy multi-lane roundabout on the A907, east of Stirling. The roundabout is a key barrier for users of the well-known Round the Forth circuit, heading to and from Clackmannanshire.

It is clear we need fewer, not just cleaner, vehicles on our roads to truly tackle poor air quality | Photo credit: Julie Howden, all rights reserved ©2018

Responding to the publication of the UK Government’s Clean Air Strategy, Xavier Brice, CEO for Sustrans, the walking and cycling charity said: “Whilst it is important that the Government has a...
14 January 2019