Councillors from Oxfordshire and Waltham Forest passionately describe the journey to more liveable neighbourhoods. Video by Al Kinley-Jones and Oxfordshire Liveable Streets.
You can see the Budget for a Low-Traffic Neighbourhood in Oxford here. The budget was drawn up by C Proctor Engineering Ltd. The firm’s proprietor, Chris Proctor, is the lead highways engineer overseeing implementation of Enjoy Waltham Forest, the suite of liveability improvements colloquially known as Mini Holland.
Co-CAFE is led by Tim Jones (Reader in Urban Mobility) with Ben Spencer (Research Fellow) and Tom Shopland (Co-CAFE project administrator) based in the School of the Built Environment at Oxford Brookes University.