Reducing Brixton’s Pollution

We have partnered with Cross River Partnership (CRP), cargo bike couriers PedalMe and Lambeth Council to pilot an innovative project to reduce pollution in Brixton.

During this pilot you have the chance to redirect your deliveries to a micro consolidation site, with the last mile of the journey made to you on an electric cargo bike.

This project has been made possible through CRP’s Clean Air Villages 4 project, funded by Defra, which aims to reduce pollution in busy areas across London. It is quick, free and easy to take part, this initiative can help to solve your storage problems; help you avoid missed deliveries and have more flexibility over when deliveries can come to you. By using the cargo bike micro distribution hub, you will also be helping to Brixton’s air.

The deliveries will suit regular and frequent deliveries of non-perishable items. These could include anything from dried flowers and homeware. coffee beans, cans of beer to cleaning supplies, printed newsletter and stationery.

There are minimal spaces left to take part in this pilot. To sign up contact Isidora at and Ross at

CRP will speak to you over the phone to understand which of your deliveries could get sent through the hub, and CRP will introduce you to PedalMe to be part of the scheme. You will simply need to change your delivery details to get deliveries sent to the micro hub and then chat with the friendly team at PedalMe about when they can bring your items to you!

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