Congratulations to the Healthy Streets Awards 2019 Winners!

The Healthy Streets Awards 2019 were held on 10 October 2019 at the Glasgow City Chambers and hosted by Councillor Anna Richardson, Glasgow City Council.

Best Healthy Streets Innovation Award

Best Healthy Streets Behaviour Change Initiatives Award

Healthy Streets Champion Award

Best Shared Transport Award

The Healthy Streets Community Project of the Year

The Healthy Streets Proposal of the Year Award

The Healthy Street of the Year Award 

Best Tactical Urbanism Award 

Best Healthy Streets Business Improvement District Project

Best Healthy Streets Photo of the Year Award 

The Ben Hamilton Baillie Award

1. Best Healthy Streets Innovation Award 

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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.  

Highly Commended: White Hart Lane, London Borough of Haringey

Winner - Bankside Boardwalk, Trueform 

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?

Highly Commended: Global Action Plan, Southampton City Council & Waltham Forest 

Winner - The Big Pedal with School Streets, Sustrans 

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. 

Winner - Mayor Peter Soulsby, Leicester City Council 

4. Best Shared Transport Award


The Shared transport award seeks applicants who deliver active mobility solutions such new bus or tram services, mobility hubs, bike share and scooters. 

Winner - Beryl 

5. The Healthy Streets Community Project of the Year 


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. 

Winner - Levenshulme Bee Network, Our Active Neighbourhood, Levenshulme Bee Network 

Highly Commended: Croydon, Hackney & Sustrans Scotland 

6. The Healthy Streets Proposal of the Year Award

Urban Movement

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. 

Winner - Joint Winners George Street, LDA Design & Live West Ealing, Steer

Highly Commended - Dunkeld Road, Perth & Kinross

7. The Healthy Street of the Year Award 

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The Healthy Street of the Year Award seeks applicants from those that have already carried out a street redesign and the scheme has been built and delivered.  

WInner - Frodsham Street, Cheshire, IBI Group 

Highly Commended - City of London, Cardiff City, Glasgow City Council & Waltham Forest 

8. Best Tactical Urbanism Award 

Transport for London

The judges would like to see submission examples of small changes, that make a big difference in Healthy Streets.

Winner - Cookridge Street Pop-up Park, Leeds City Council

Highly Commended - Estaciona - te! 

9. Best Healthy Streets Business Improvement District Project

The business improvement district award seeks applicants who have encouraged active travel and created healthy streets through creative approaches.  Effective marketing, business engagement and tactical urbanism approaches are all valid.

Hammersmith Business Low Emissions Neighbourhood (BLEN) Hammersmith BID 

10. Best Healthy Streets Photo of the Year Award 


Entry Criteria:

Please submit your Healthy Streets Photo of the year on Twitter by using #HealthyStreetsPic2019 and make sure you @TransportXtra

Please submit one photo per tweet and tell us where it is.  

By entering you agree that Landor LINKS and partners can use your image (with credit)

Photographs can also be entered via email by sending to with #HealthyStreetsPic2019 in the subject line

Winner - Sauchiehall Street (GCC and John Dales) 

11. The Ben Hamilton Baillie Award

The Ben Hamilton Baillie award seeks applicants who have challenged the industry and orchestrated significant change for the benefit of both people and places.  This is a lifetime achievement award honouring the legendary street designer.

Winner - Robert Huxford 

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