Winners of the Healthy Streets Awards 2018

The Healthy Streets Awards 2018 were held on Friday 12 October 2018 and hosted by Val Shawcross, former Deputy Mayor for Transport, London.

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1. Best Healthy Streets Innovation Award 

The Best Innovation in Healthy Streets Award can include technology innovations such as air quality improvement solutions e.g. green walls and infra, active travel infrastructure, such as bike parking and cycle schemes.  The Innovation award can also include original ideas in engineering and street design, which are not always considered ‘technology’ based innovations.  

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Winner:

Cycle Training UK

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2. Best Healthy Streets Behaviour Change Initiatives Award 

This award recognises marketing campaigns that engage with their target audiences, have a measurable impact, are replicable elsewhere and are great value for money.  They can be single medium or multi-channel.  The key question will be: does it work well?

Winner:

London Borough of
Waltham Forest

Complementary Measures

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3. Healthy Streets Champion Award

This award is for the individual who has made an outstanding personal contribution to Healthy Streets.  This can be a politician, business leaders, academics, local advocates for active travel and media and sport personalities that have pushed the agenda forward. 

Sponsored by: Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme

FORS

Winner:

Iain Simmons

Assistant Director (City Transportation)
City of London

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4. The Healthy Streets Community Project of the Year 

New for 2018, the Healthy Streets Community Project of the Year award will seek applicants from community-led projects where a small change has made a big difference. 

Sponsored by: Commonplace

Commonplace

Winner:

London Borough of Southwark

Tranquil Triangle

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5. The Healthy Streets Proposal of the Year Award

This award will recognise the Healthy Streets Proposal of the Year, considering all of the Healthy Streets indicators including: street design, access, active travel choices, safety, improved air quality and livability.  Abstracts should demonstrate the biggest impacts of both soft and hard measures. 

Sponsored by: Urban Movement

Urban Movement

Winner:

Salford Council

Chapel Street East Phase 1

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6. The Healthy Street of the Year Award 

New for 2018, the Healthy Street of the Year Award will seek applicants from those that have already carried out a street redesign and the scheme has been built and delivered.  

Sponsored by: The Urban Transport Group

Winner:

London Borough of Waltham Forest

Francis Road

 

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7. Best Policing / Enforcement Initiative Award 

The judges would like to see submission examples of effective policing and enforcement schemes that relate to Healthy Streets.

Winner:

Hackney Council

Innovative Traffic Restrictions – School Streets & ULEV Streets

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8. Best Healthy Streets Business Improvement District Project

This new award for 2018 will award the best Healthy Streets project delivered by a Business Improvement District 

Winner:

Hammersmith Business Improvement District

UK’s First Business Parklets

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9. Best Healthy Streets Photo of the Year Award 

Photographs should try and capture as many of the ten indicators of a healthy street as possible.  These are referenced in Healthy Streets for London

Transport for London

Winner:

London Borough of Waltham Forest

Francis Road

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