Architects Appointed to £100m Cycle Projects\

Roger Hawkins, former RIBA president Sunand Prasad and NLA chairman Peter Murray have been asked by the mayor of London to provide design advice for major cycling projects worth £100 million.

The three, who sit on the mayor’s design advisory panel, have each been assigned a borough to work with. Kingston (Peter Murray), Enfield (Sunand Prasad) and Waltham Forest (Roger Hawkins) made successful bids for the money which will be invested in remodelling their roads and cycling infrastructure.

Each borough has been awarded mini-Holland status, a reference to a campaign by the London Cycling Campaign for the capital to model itself on the best practice cycling nation.

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