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Thursday 28 September 2017

Walthamstow Assembly Hall

A range of educational study tours are planned to take place across the borough of Waltham Forest on 28th September. 

Study tours will provide delegates with an opportunity to meet with lead engineers and planners to find out more and to learn from highly successful schemes including cycle routes, villages, town centres and complimentary measures. 

  • Study tours will be followed by a classroom-style workshop post-tour with more detailed summary of the related projects, innovation, engineering challenges and stakeholder engagement initiatives.  

  • Please note that each site visit has a maximum of 20 participants each



Site Visit 1
Cycle Tour


Site Visit 2
Walking Tour

Routes – this session will focus on our segregated, semi-segregated and Quietway routes, with a 12km cycle along sections of Forest Road, Leyton-Blackhorse Route, Lea Bridge Road and Quietway 2. The classroom location will be William Morris Gallery.


Villages – this session will focus on our residential ‘villages’, with a 4km walk taking in a variety of modal filters, pocket parks, planting, public art and other interventions which have been introduced in the residential areas around Walthamstow Central. The classroom location will be Vestry House Museum.

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Site Visit 3
Cycling Tour


Site Visit 4
Walking Tour

Town Centres – this session will focus on two out of our four town centre schemes: Leyton and Leytonstone. It will feature a 12km cycle ride around both commercial and residential areas and will showcase the range of interventions required in order to provide benefits to all elements of the community. The classroom location will be Leyton Cricket Pavilion.

Complementary Measures – this session will focus on our suite of resources that support the infrastructure that is being constructed. The 5km walking tour will take in residential cycle parking hangars, station cycle hubs, cycle hire points, community planting schemes and the Selborne Road Air Quality Scheme, followed by a cycle training demonstration in Lloyd Park. The classroom location will be Winns Gallery.

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