London Assembly

Wednesday, 10 April 2019

  • Public property investment

    In view of the GLA’s role in public land, does the Mayor have any advice for councils which are investing in property outside their own geographic area?

  • The Citymapper Pass (4)

    According to the Terms and Conditions of the citymapper pass it costs £2 to pause your subscription for 1 week. Do you think such a fee is fair? Please give your reasons.

  • The Citymapper Pass (1)

    Do you welcome the introduction of the Citymapper Pass, or do you see it as a threat to the Oyster Card?

  • Intelligent Speed Assistance

    The European Parliament has now supported Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) for new vehicles from 2022. Will you therefore bring forward work with Transport for London (TfL) and across the GLA...

  • Bombardier Trains Delivery

    I am aware that Bombardier failed to deliver trains for use of the Gospel Oak to Barking line and the Chingford to Liverpool St line on time in 2018. Please provide percentages of the number of...

  • Drug dealers

    Do you agree with the Chief Supt Raj Kohli , Camden's top police officer, that "if you are a drug dealer and under 16, you are a victim of crime. Simple"?

  • Supporting Those Effected by Knife Crime

    Following the tragic deaths of teenage boys in my constituency, what support has the Mayor’s office helped to provide (via the Young Londoners Fund and other initiatives) to friends and...

  • Crossing patrols

    A recent BBC news report ( showed the decline of crossing patrols funded by councils and gave the example of the London borough of Hounslow which...

  • Cleaners on London buses

    Are you committed to ensuring that all cleaners of buses contracted by TfL are paid the London Living Wage?

  • Tottenham Court Road Access

    Will the Mayor consider altering the ban on vehicles in Tottenham Court Road to allow electric taxis to use the route?

  • Pyrotechnic/possession of flare

    For each of the years 2016, 2017 and 2018 please provide the number of pyrotechnic/possession of flare offences and disposals.

  • Local authority funding sustainability

    Are you concerned that any London local authorities will be left unable to set a balanced budget as a result of the forthcoming £1.3 billion reduction the Government has chosen to make to...

  • Removing flammable cladding (2)

    How many premises in London have been a) inspected by Joint Inspection Teams under the changes to the Housing Health and Safety Rating System implemented on 23 January, and b) issued with...

  • Stakeholder Representation on TfL Tramlink Board

    Will you consider creating places for non-voting stakeholder representatives to sit on the board of TfL-owned Tramlink?

  • Pitch encroachment/incursion

    For each of the years 2016, 2017 and 2018 please provide the number of of pitch encroachment/incursion offences and disposals.

  • London Growth Hub

    What are the potential options for the next development stages of the London Growth Hub, as per DD2311 and when do you expect to have the results of the market research?

  • EU funding

    Are you confident that the Government can make up any shortfall in EU funding in the case of no deal?

  • Good Work Standard targets

    Thank you for your response to my question 2019/4130. How will you measure the success of the Good Work Standard without a target on the number of sign-ups from businesses?

  • Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR 2013)

    In your response to Question 2019/4035 you stated: "The HSE has explained that the Reporting of Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (2013) only apply in the event that vehicle movement...

  • Ford Dagenham (1)

    What action are you and the London Economic Action Partnership taking to protect manufacturing jobs such as those at Ford Dagenham Engine Plant?

  • Good Work Standard and retail sector

    Will you be targeting the retail sector to become accredited to the Good Work Standard?

  • Taxi Delicensing Scheme (10)

    Has TfL taken into consideration how the new Taxi Delicensing scheme will affect the Rental Market for Taxi Drivers and whether there will now be a shortage of Taxis to Rent?

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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