The Movement for Liveable London aims to broaden the debate about how changing the way we travel and design our public realm can help create a more liveable city.  Their Chair, Bruce McVean, spoke at the Inner London Area AGM in 2014.

Their hope is to play a part in engaging and inspiring ‘citizen champions’ who will demand that campaigners, policy makers and politicians be more ambitious in their approach to sustainable movement and the design and management of London’s public realm, helping to secure a better future for London.

They bring together campaigners for active travel from across London - Living Streets and cycle campaigns are linked to them - and they've kindly published an article about the Ramblers in London by our Chair, Alex - http://movementforliveablelondon.com/2014/03/31/an-introduction-to-the-ramblers-in-london/