London Assembly

Tuesday, 29 January 2019

  • Brexit

    When will you acknowledge the benefits and opportunities which a full Brexit will bring to London?

  • Commissioner Dick and Knife Crime

    I note that Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dick appeared on Radio 4's Today Programme on 27 December 2018 and claimed that knife crime in London has "levelled off".1 Given the two fatal...

  • Temporary Accommodation

    What steps are you taking to reduce the cost of temporary accommodation to London Boroughs?

  • Childhood Mental Health

    According to ‘Mind’, support for childhood mental health is approaching breaking point – services are fragmented, inconsistent and stretched. Through their ‘Whole School...

  • Executive Pay Gap

    The executive pay gap is rising and in the first few working days of the year, executives can earn more than the average worker earns in the whole year. How can you encourage businesses in London...

  • Misuse of drones [1]

    How prepared are the Metropolitan Police, working with airport management, to deal with the misuse of drones obstructing the operation of airports in London?

  • Rail Competition

    The Office of Rail and Road has announced new plans to allow rival Train Operating Companies to operate on the same routes to drive up competition. What effect, if any, will those plans have on...

  • Childhood obesity

    How are your plans to tackle childhood obesity progressing?

  • New Year’s Eve 2018 Fireworks cost

    What was the final cost for the 2018-19 New Year’s Eve firework display?

  • misuse of drones [2]

    Have the Metropolitan Police, working with airport management, in considering how to deal with the misuse of drones obstructing the operation of airports in London looked to the use of birds of...

  • Sutton Tram Extension

    Your most recent TfL Business Plan promised, under the heading of "major long-term projects" that TfL would "continue to develop proposals for an extension of the tram network between Sutton town...

  • Street racing

    Are you still committed to tackling street racing?

  • Independent Article

    On 2nd January 2019, an article was published under your name in The Independent. Do you stand by the contents of that article?

  • Disability hate crime

    376 reported disability hate crimes were reported to the Metropolitan Police Service between January and November 2018. Would you agree that this is likely to be significantly lower than the...

  • Oral Update to the Mayor's Report

    The Mayor will now provide an oral update of up to five minutes in length on matters occurring since the publication of his report. Assembly Members have submitted a request for a topic for...

  • Holiday hunger

    How many children in London accessed schemes to address holiday hunger over the Christmas holidays?

  • Biodiversity in housing estates

    This month it will be two years since I published ‘At Home with Nature’, making recommendations to ensure new housing developments are designed and built to encourage biodiversity....

  • Special educational needs and disability (SEND) inclusion in Skills for Londoners

    It is now more than 6 months since the Skills for Londoners strategy was published. What progress has been made on implementing it, and how are the needs of Londoners with Special educational...

  • Neighbourhood Policing

    What is your assessment of the current state of neighbourhood policing in London?

  • London Transport

    How do you think Londoners will judge your stewardship of London’s transport?

  • Zero carbon target for London

    What steps have you taken to bring forward your zero carbon target for London?

  • First dibs for Londoners

    How are you monitoring whether the number of Londoners being allocated a home ahead of overseas buyers is going up, thanks to your ‘first dibs’ approach?

What is this?

The London Assembly is a 25-member elected body, part of the Greater London Authority, that scrutinises the activities of the Mayor of London.

The London Assembly was established in 2000 and meets at City Hall on the south bank of the River Thames, close to Tower Bridge. The Assembly is also able to investigate other issues of importance to Londoners (transport, environmental matters, etc.), publish its findings and recommendations, and make proposals to the Mayor.

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