London Assembly

Tuesday, 2 April 2019

  • Temporary Accommodation on Hainault Estate Play Areas

    In view of the importance of children’s play space in the London Plan, are you aware of Redbridge Council’s plans to build temporary accommodation using converted containers on two of...

  • Opportunities

    What difference have you made to ensure that the untapped talent in London have the opportunities to reach their potential?

  • Maritime and Coastguard Agency Consultation

    What analysis has TfL carried out on the likely impact on London's river traffic if the Maritime and Coastguard Agency’s proposals for older UK passenger boats go ahead?

  • Car Free Day

    How will you and Transport for London (TfL) support Car Free Day with the £1 million funding allocated in the 2019-20 budget?

  • Adult Education Budget

    The delegation of the £311m Adult Education Budget to London this summer is in its final stretch and has proved to be a successful collaboration between the Greater London Authority and...

  • 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 several requests for topics for...

  • Child Yield estimates and Play space

    Your Housing Strategy finds that there are 380,000 families in London living in overcrowded conditions. Will you commit to an updated child yield study to reflect this, and to ensure that new...

  • Freedom of Speech

    I was troubled to learn of the arrest of Christian street preacher Oluwole Ilesanmi outside Southgate Underground Station on 23 February 2019. Having viewed the arrest on social media and the...

  • Violence Reduction

    With levels of violence rising across the country, including London, has the Government’s response been good enough?

  • Croydon Town Centre

    What is your assessment of the delay to the redevelopment of Croydon Town Centre?

  • Brexit

    Given where we are on Brexit, what do you consider the implications are for the London economy and for Londoners?

  • London's economic development

    What are you proactively doing to attract big firms, like Amazon, to London to indicate that London is open for business?

  • Help to buy

    Recent news stories have shown developers making record profits on the back of Help To Buy. With the scheme set to run another four years, do you think it is right that the Government is...

  • Sustainable heating

    Given the Committee on Climate Change recently recommended no new houses be connected to the gas grid from 2025, and your plans are more ambitious than those on which this recommendation is...

  • Apprenticeship Levy

    Is the Government’s Apprenticeship Levy working for London’s businesses and residents?

  • Improvements from your fast-track planning route

    Could you provide new data to show how your Supplementary Planning Guidance fast-track offer is working to incentivise developers to provide more affordable homes?

  • Performance

    What is the biggest failing of your mayoralty?

  • Girls and Gang Association

    How will you ensure that the Violence Reduction Unit considers ways to combat the exploitation of young women by gangs?

  • Staffing at Transport for London

    Transport for London will reduce their back and middle office costs by 30 per cent over the next three years at the same time as delivering a better service. What estimate has TfL made on the...

  • Solar power on the Transport for London estate

    What are you doing to maximise solar photovoltaic (PV) deployment on the Transport for London (TfL) estate?

  • Community policing

    What is the Metropolitan Police’s new Partnership Plus scheme?

  • Helping asthma sufferers breathe easier

    The death rate for young people with asthma in the UK is twice as high as the next worst European country. How are you working with health, transport, planning and other services to improve this...

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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