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Creation of Cycle East Sussex Fundamental Principles

A set of principles have been compiled by local cycling groups and in consultation with their members.  They are intended to give basic guidance for planning departments to follow when planning or changing existing infrastructure. The objective is that there can then be a more sustainable approach to planning projects, and opportunities will not be missed that could have facilitated cycling. They provide baseline guidance which can be adapted in each individual situation. The document can be accessed here or in our Relevant Documents section.

 

The Cycle East Sussex Groups comprise: Eastbourne
(www.bespokecyclegroup.org), Lewes (www.cyclelewes.org.uk), Hastings
(www.hastingsurbanbikes), Bexhill (www.bexhillwheelers.org.uk), Battle,
Robertsbridge and the surrounding 1066 area (www.1066cycleclub.org.uk),
Lewes to Newhaven – Ouse Valley cycle network (www.ovcn.org.uk), Seaford
and Peacehaven (www.cycleseahaven.org.uk), Brighton and Hove
(www.bricycles.org.uk)

 

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