Why and how should fairer, greener streets be delivered? Join us at Labour’s Annual Conference in Liverpool as we explore this question and more with MPs, Mayors, Councillors and activists.
We will be on the conference floor stand, co-hosting an event with SERA and organising a walk and ride around Liverpool to look at active travel infrastructure.
Our presence at conference includes:
Conference event – ‘Transport and Public Health: What should a Labour Street look like?’
Sunday 8th October 12: 00 – 13:45 | (Refreshments from 12:00, panel starts at 12:15)
Our 2023 conference event will centre on how Labour delivers fairer, greener streets that work for our communities. Speakers will outline the potential areas of benefit from street transformation, with practical examples of Labour politicians leading the way on this topic.
We are delighted to be co-hosting an event with SERA, Living Streets and Cycling UK along with leading Labour politicians at the event will include a Q&A and a reception. n.b. Attendees must have conference passes.
Speakers will include:
- Louise Haigh MP* – Shadow Secretary of State for Transport (*to be confirmed)
- Stephen Edwards, CEO Living Streets (previously the Pedestrian Association)
- Sarah Mitchell, CEO Cycling UK
- Lee Waters – Deputy Minister for Climate Change, Welsh Government
- Rezina Chowdhury – Cabinet Member for Sustainable Lambeth and Clean Air
- Heidi Alexander – Labour parliamentary candidate for South Swindon, Previously London’s Deputy Mayor for Transport
Conference floor – Come and meet the team at Stand 207 opposite the entrance to the main hall. Share your political challenges promoting active travel in your constituency and learn how leading Labour councils and Mayors are making active travel a cornerstone of their public health, transport and social justice policies.
Sunday Ride & Walk, Sunday 8th October 14:00 – Open to all, join us on a short leisurely ride (45 mins including two photo opps). We will depart from the front entrance of the conference center on Sunday at 14:00. There will be two short routes – one walking & one cycling – both exploring the City of Liverpool.