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End this 'slaughter' of cyclists by construction lorries, says Murray


CDM 2015 provides an opportunity for every architect to increase contractors awareness of the risks posed by Construction Vehicles on route to site, as well as at the point of entry and departure from site. Not every death on the road is avoidable, but many are, and society as a whole has a responsibility to lobby our elected representatives for change. I lobbied Islington Council for years to introduce a 20mph limit, which has now been adopted and is being considered by the mayor of London. A 20mph limit on Construction Vehicles may not be the solution, but it may help - anything and everything which can be done, should be done. I support Peter Murray's initiative and I encourage everyone within the Construction Industry and beyond to do so also. Chris Roche Founder 11.04 Architects

Posted date

20 April, 2015

Posted time

10:34 am