Former Labour London Assembly Member for Greater London
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You are the first London Mayor to include in your London Plan strong policies on play and informal recreation with space standards of 10 square meters per child and young person. However, given that the new census is happening this weekend, will you be updating the calculator used to assess the number of under 18s in a development to ensure your policies and standards are met and accurately...
Mayor, thank you so much for that. Before I begin, I would just like to put on record my thanks. Of all the Mayors, you have been dealt the most difficult of hands and I just want to pay tribute to the way you have handled challenge after challenge with exceptional leadership. Thank you. This question goes right back to 35 years ago when my first role as a local politician was as a chair of a...
Thank you. This is my final ask. You were very enthusiastic about this a couple of years ago when I asked this question and that was before the 10 square metres were actually in the Plan. I said what an opportunity it was, given all the cuts in youth service and so on, to aggregate the 10 square metres for teenagers, who are prohibited in all estates at the moment - no ball games - from...
Entered the London Assembly on 5 May 2016 — Election
Left the London Assembly on 7 May 2021 — Election
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