London Assembly

Friday, 17 May 2019

  • Homes for Londoners Land Fund (2)

    During your oral update at Mayor’s Question Time on 21 March 2019, you told me you would look into publishing the full agenda, minutes and papers for the GLA Interest Rate Setting Board,...

  • Fitting solar panels in conservation areas

    The 2015 London Assembly Environment Committee report, Bring me sunshine, how London’s homes could generate more solar energy, recommended an amendment to the London Plan to reflect...

  • Broken Brixton Road air pollution monitor

    In January 2019, I raised concerns about the length of time the Brixton Road air pollution monitor had been broken (question 2019/0251). This highly polluted road is one of the first sites that...

  • Measuring air pollution at St George’s Hospital

    A constituent has asked why St George’s Hospital in Tooting was not fitted with a stationary air pollution monitor under your Breathe London programme for hospitals?

  • Extinction Rebellion’s pink boat

    Will you help find a permanent home in one of London’s museums for Berta Cáceres, the pink boat from the Extinction Rebellion peaceful protest at Oxford Circus in April 2019?

  • Government set to miss carbon emission targets

    The Prime Minister declined to meet Greta Thunberg, saying: “I often hear young people tell of the importance of climate change.” She also added: “This government has a fine...

  • Disposal of paint and household chemicals (2)

    Thank you for your response to my question 2018/5199. Could you provide any data that you have on the annual volume or number of paint cans deposited at local council Re-use and Recycling Centres...

  • Homes for Londoners Land Fund (1)

    Please outline the interest rates for the loans approved in DD2305. Are you confident that giving a loan to a developer before planning permission has been granted is an appropriate course of action?

  • NOx Emissions In Central London

    You stated in your answer to question MQ2019/0220 that you believe taxis will cause 30% of NOx emissions in Central London in 2020. Does this figure include taxis only, or is it a combined figure...

  • Action on Equality

    In March 2017 Transport for London published their first yearly Action on Equality 2016/17 progress report. What plans, if any, do you have to publish progress reports for 2017/18 and 2018/19?

  • London Capital & Finance

    What can you do to ensure that another scandal like the one with London Capital & Finance does not happen again?

  • Buses

    Would the Mayor state the current price of hydrogen buses in comparison to electric?

  • Trees

    How many trees under this mayoralty have been planted?

  • ULEZ and Black cabs

    I welcome the introduction of ULEZ last month which will improve the air quality of our city. However, how do you respond to my constituent concerns that black cabs which are responsible for 25%...

  • Taxi Emissions

    Are emissions projections of the taxi fleet & mileage weighted?

  • Short-term lettings registration (2)

    Do you have an estimate of how many homes are being let out on short-term lettings platforms beyond the 90 day per year limit?

  • Dedicated charging points

    Please state how many dedicated rapid charging points now exist for taxis?  Please also list the current location of them.

  • First Group/TfL Joint Safety Panel (2)

    Further to the your response to MQT 2018/2994 can you explain why TfL’s Managing Director for Surface Transport was not a member of the First Group/TfL Joint Safety Panel?

  • Local Authority Cuts

    Have you conducted an assessment of cuts to local authority greening, tree planting and park maintenance budgets in London and the impact of these cuts?

  • Energy for Londoners

    Please provide an update on the Energy for Londoners supply company. Will it definitely launch in 2019?

  • BAME Beneficiaries of the Mayor of London’s Funding to the British Fashion Council (5)

    What exposure does the British Fashion Council offer to those designers who are working in new innovative sustainable ways.

  • BAME Beneficiaries of the Mayor of London’s Funding to the British Fashion Council (4)

    How many London Fashion Designers of BAME heritage have been supported to meet the British Fashion Council’s criteria for a show, especially the one related to the number of stockists?

  • BAME Beneficiaries of the Mayor of London’s Funding to the British Fashion Council (3)

    How many brands launched by London Fashion Designers of BAME heritage have been supported by the funding received by British Fashion Council’s from the Mayor of London?

  • BAME Beneficiaries of the Mayor of London’s Funding to the British Fashion Council (2)

    How many Fashion Designers of BAME heritage have been supported to move from graduate status to a place on the London Fashion Week Schedule?

  • Passenger experience on buses

    In your response to Question 2019/6050, you mentioned that TfL had implemented several initiatives to improve passenger experience on buses, such as Hello London and customer service toolkits....

  • Helicopter noise (2)

    Further to your reply to question 2016/1964 please state what has been the outcome of your pledge to press the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the Department for Transport to develop a...

  • Helicopter noise (1)

    Please set out in detail what progress has been made to reduce the effects of noise from helicopter pleasure flights as part of London's Ambient Noise Strategy.

  • Tube noise [5]

    Although noise may have been reduced slightly in some locations such as Finchley Central, it did not exist at all before the speed increases and northbound track upgrades. Why can Transport for...

  • Transport for London telephone contact numbers

    Do you agree that it is important that Transport for London maintain a working telephone system for complaints, for those who do not have access to email, or would prefer to speak to someone?...

  • Partnership Plus Scheme

    During Mayor’s Question Time on 21st March you said you would pass on my suggestion - of reviewing the new Partnership Plus scheme to see whether PCSOs could be included - to the...

  • Ownership structures in London

    Recent research shared with the Guardian has shown that half of England is owned by less than 1% of its population. Has any analysis been done to reflect land ownership structures in London?

  • Willesden Green Station – Staffing (2)

    In response to my question (2019/0429), you said that Transport for London would launch their ‘Turn Up and Go’ app in February 2019, aimed at providing real time information for staff...

  • The Carlton and Granville Community Centres

    The Mayor’s London Plan acknowledges the importance of protecting existing community spaces as they are under threat across London, such as is the case of The Granville and Carlton...

  • Olympic Legacy (3)

    What steps, if any, have you taken to ensure that the Olympic Legacy has positive effect across London, especially in the Outer London boroughs?

  • High Street Closures

    With news that Debenhams are planning to close a number of stores across London, what steps will you be taking to ensure that our High Streets continue to thrive, even after the loss of such a...

  • Olympic Legacy (1)

    What steps, if any, have you taken to rebuild our Olympic Legacy, following the failure under your predecessor?

  • London Community Energy Fund

    How soon will there be another round of funding under the London Community Energy Fund?

  • Tube noise [6]

    How many complaints about increased tube noise have Transport for London received from Hendon Central, namely Prothero Gardens and Quadrant Close? What assessment has been made of the cause of an...

  • Design quality (2)

    Have you or your representatives met with or submitted evidence to the Government’s Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission?

  • First Group/TfL Joint Safety Panel (1)

    Further to the your response to MQT 2018/2995, please tell me which meetings of the First Group/TfL Joint Safety Panel were attended by TfL’s Managing Director for Surface Transport.

  • Croydon Council Stakeholder Representation on FirstGroup Tram Operations Limited’s Board of Directors

    In your response to Question 2019/0147 you stated that you "understand that the London Borough of Croydon has existing channels of communication with TOL and there are a number of...

  • Swiss Cottage gyratory

    Transport for London has expressed an intention to work with Camden to develop new plans to improve safety for all users at the Swiss Cottage gyratory system, including focus on...

  • Estate regeneration balloting (3)

    Could you provide a list of estates that have to-date held residents’ ballots on regeneration proposals, and any estates where these are due to happen in the future?

  • Tube Noise – Harrow On The Hill

    I refer to your response to my question (January 2019) on the above issue. In response to your reply my constituent states: 1) Fence was not erected by Transport for London. New fences were...

  • Spending Review

    The Chancellor has suggested that the 2019 Spending Review is likely to be postponed from this summer, as a result of the delay and uncertainty around Brexit. However, this is a key process for...

  • Rescue and Response Support Length

    How long are those referred to Rescue and Response supported for? Please provide a breakdown by age, ethnicity, gender and borough

  • Housing statistics

    When publishing your quarterly housing starts, will you also publish how many bedrooms each started scheme will produce?

  • Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy overseas vists

    Please provide me with a list of all overseas visits by the Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy. Please include details of how it was paid for and the total monetary value of each trip as...

  • Automation in the retail sector

    The Office for National Statistics found that supermarket checkout assistants have borne the brunt of automation, with 25.3% of jobs disappearing between 2011 and 2017. How can you help those...

  • Dementia friendly London and the London Plan (4)

    How will the London Plan ensure Transport for London uses its licensing powers to ensure bus companies’ fleet and staff are accessible to, and supportive of, people living with dementia?

  • Dementia friendly London and the London Plan (3)

    How will the London Plan ensure London’s housing stock is adapted to make it accessible for people affected by dementia, including different levels of support as the condition progresses?

  • Crossrail (2)

    Please state how many people are currently working on Crossrail who are paid through Personal Service Companies via (a) Bechtel and (b) any other supplier.

  • Rotherhithe Crossing (2)

    Please provide me with an itemised breakdown of how the total amount of money spent on the Rotherhithe Crossing project was spent?

  • Rotherhithe Crossing (1)

    What is the total amount of money that has been spent on the Rotherhithe Crossing project to date?

  • Rotherhithe Crossing (3)

    Please provide me with all cost-benefit analysis undertaken by the GLA or TFL into the Rotherhithe Crossing?

  • Dementia friendly London and the London Plan (2)

    How will the London Plan ensure house builders and housing providers incorporate dementia-friendly design principles in the properties over which you have some control?

  • Dementia friendly London and the London Plan (1)

    How is your ambition for London to become a dementia-friendly capital city demonstrated, and reflected, in the London Plan?

  • Concern hub

    What are the differences between the Metropolitan police’s new ‘Concern Hub’ and the previous ‘Gang Matrix’?

  • Minimum Wage compliance

    What discussions have you had with Sir David Metcalf, the Minimum Wage enforcer regarding compliance , especially SME compliance in London ?

  • Removal of dangerous cladding

    What progress is being made with the removal of dangerous cladding from private blocks?

  • Air Quality Monitoring in Residential Areas Near Bus Depots

    Does Transport for London routinely monitor air pollution into and out of bus garages in residential areas?

  • Joint inspection of tower blocks

    Changes to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order and the Housing Health and Safety Rating System have now been passed by Parliament, which came into force on 23 January this year Joint...

  • Extinction Rebellion (1)

    You encouraged the Extinction Rebellion protests in the week before Easter, with arrested demonstrators claiming that their actions were effectively endorsed by you Tweeting: ‘We’re...

  • Garden Bridge Trust

    In recent correspondence David Holdsworth, Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Registrar of the Charity Commission stated that he wrote to the Commissioner of Transport for London to ascertain...

  • Section 21

    I hope that you will be welcoming news that the Government is proposing to end no-fault section 21 evictions and responding to the consultation to urge that this is brought in as soon as...

  • Information on estate regeneration projects on the GLA website

    Information about positive ballots and GLA-approved exemptions was last added to the GLA website in December 2018. How often is new information added to these web pages?

  • Reporting of accessible housing in the London Development Database

    Accessible housing is only reported overall for each development and not for each individual home in the London Development Database, making it hard to analyse, for example, the number of...

  • Housing initiatives to support the rehabilitation of offenders

    What specific housing initiatives do you have to support the rehabilitation of ex-offenders?

  • High Standards for T-Levels

    There are concerns that T-Levels may not have a perceived parity with academic qualifications. What can be done within the Greater London Authority to ensure that T-Levels are delivered in London...

  • LEAP Funds

    How many different pots of funding does LEAP have, that people and businesses can bid for?

  • MPS Dauntless+

    For each of the financial years 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19, please provide the number of people identified in the MPS Dauntless+ programme

  • Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre development

    What were the "pro-business" reasons for permitting the Elephant & Castle redevelopment which will result in half the small businesses there losing their premises?

  • Dementia friendly London and the London Plan (5)

    How will the London Plan ensure dementia friendly design principles are incorporated into Transport for London infrastructure projects?

  • Dementia friendly London and the London Plan (7)

    How will the London Plan ensure Inclusive Design principles explicitly consider the accessibility needs of people with cognitive impairment, as well as those with physical disabilities?

  • People's Vote TFL

    What is the total amount of money the people's vote campaign have spent on advertising on TFL?

  • Disposable Nappies

    Would the Mayor commit to working with boroughs to encourage them to take up reusable nappy schemes as currently only nine are doing so?

  • Estate ballots

    With 78% of the 73% of residents who responded to Lambeth Council’s survey opposed to the demolition of Central Hill Estate, does the Mayor believe that the consultation undertaken by...

  • Fighting Racism in Football

    I welcome that you have signed ‘The Times’ manifesto to fight racism in football. What role do you think sporting organisations can play in leading community inclusion activities as...

  • Air Quality

    How is the Mayor going to improve air quality in Marylebone if Heathrow are allowed to execute their recent flight stacking consultation with up to 49 extra flights an hour?

  • Removal of density matrix in the new London Plan (6)

    What would be any future use of TfL’s WebCAT in relation to density, if the London Plan density matrix is removed?

  • BAME Beneficiaries of the Mayor of London’s Funding to the British Fashion Council (1)

    How have London Fashion Designers of BAME heritage benefited from the funding given by the Mayor of London to the British Fashion Council?

  • Removal of density matrix in the new London Plan (7)

    Would you agree that removing the density matrix is in contravention of NPPF paragraphs 16 and 122 as: a. It is removing a useful digital tool to assist public and community involvement; b. It is...

  • Live facial recognition technology trial in Romford (3)

    In answer to my question 2019/6099 you told me: “The Met Police assure me that people objecting to the use of this technology have not been treated as suspects.” However, according to...

  • Adult Education Budget Framework Consultation Responses

    How many responses have you received to the consultation on the Adult Education Budget framework consultation, and how many of these responses were from sector institutions or leaders? When can...

  • Providing Affordable Childcare in Adult Education Facilities

    Will you be encouraging education facilities benefiting from your Adult Education Budget to provide affordable childcare facilities, to allow parents to access education?

  • Workers Memorial Day 2019 (2)

    Research collated by the TUC shows that across time, place and sector, the presence of an active trade union makes workplaces safer. What steps have you taken to ensure that your construction...

  • Medcity and the public good (2)

    What steps have you taken to increase the number of workers from disadvantaged backgrounds hired by firms participating in the MedCity scheme?

  • MedCity and the public good (1)

    How will you support insights and research from MedCity projects to support public health programmes?

  • Central Line

    When will TfL install cameras on the Central Line to cut down the number of alleged sexual assaults?

  • Extinction Rebellion (3)

    To ask the Mayor how much businesses in the West End lost in takings because of the Extinction Rebellion protests in the run-up to Easter?

  • Extinction Rebellion (2)

    In the week before Easter, hundreds of protestors from Extinction Rebellion disrupted the daily lives of many thousands of Londoners. I note that the full force of the law was not applied, with...

  • Tube noise [3]

    Why have Transport for London refused to enable the friction modifier installed at Finchley Central? Have they ensured the noise will not get even worse when the southbound track is upgraded? If...

  • Tube noise [4]

    How are Transport for London monitoring the effectiveness of lubrication installed on the tracks at Finchley Central? Residents still report that trains travelling along the corner near the...

  • Estate regeneration balloting (2)

    Do you know of any other councils that are not seeking or turning down Greater London Authority funding in order to avoid an Estate Regeneration Ballot that would be a condition of that funding?

  • Leasehold (2)

    In the light of the new data in the recent House of Commons briefing paper on leasehold tenure, will the Mayor publish updated figures to show the total number of leaseholders in London? It would...

  • Additional Mayoral Funding for Violence Against Women and Girls Services

    How will the additional £15m you announced for Violence Against Women and Girls services in February 2019 improve the support services available to survivors of VAWG?...

  • The Role of Civilian Investigators

    What role do you believe Civilian Investigators should be playing in the Metropolitan Police Service given the loss of police officers and staff as a result of the Government’s austerity...

  • Glyphosate

    As a follow up to question 2018/2148, can the Mayor provide an update on Transport for London’s progress sourcing suitable safe alternatives to glyphosate?

  • School Air Quality Audits

    When will you be conducting your next set of school air quality audits? Will you consider undertaking one at Martin School in East Finchley, where air quality monitoring equipment was recently...

  • Tube noise [1]

    Tube noise has not been reduced sufficiently for a number of residents, who have suffered ground borne noise well in excess of 50Db, in some case for several years and in one case rendering the...

  • Special constables 2

    How much does it cost the Metropolitan Police to train a special constable?

  • Dementia friendly London and the London Plan (6)

    How will the London Plan ensure town centres are accessible to, and inclusive of, those with cognitive impairment, as well as those with physical disabilities?

  • C1 Bus

    Will you advise the Assembly of the frequency and capacity of the C1 bus White City to Victoria Station? Given many of my constituents report that this bus is almost empty by the time it reaches...

  • Motorcycle and Scooter Noise

    I received the following question from a constituent: With the proliferation of Uber Eats and Deliveroo there seems to be a large increase in motorcycle and scooter use and associated noise in...

  • Tube Noise Letter - Response

    Residents of Devonshire Close and Devonshire Street sent TfL a letter on 29th October 2018 with concrete proposals to deal with the unacceptable levels of Tube noise they suffer. Do you think...

  • Number 10 bus route

    A number of my constituents have complained to me about the 23 bus route and have made clear they believes the old 10 bus route was far superior. Will you consult on bringing back the number 10...

  • Crossrail (4)

    Following the recent confirmation of the extensive delay in the completion of the central section of Crossrail are any legal actions being taken against any contractors or suppliers for not...

  • Protecting London’s Art & Culture (1)

    Can you outline how you have worked with boroughs to promote and protect London’s libraries, community centres, and suburban arts venues?

  • Protecting London’s Art & Culture (2)

    Can you outline how you have worked with boroughs to promote and protect London’s heritage venues and listed buildings often under threat of closure because of funding cuts?

  • Access to Culture (1)

    Can you outline how you are supporting London’s theatres, galleries and museums to open up access for all Londoners?

  • Access to Culture (2)

    Can you outline how you are supporting London’s theatres, galleries and museums to spread their activity and presence across the city?

  • Van and minibus scrappage scheme

    How many micro businesses and charities have so far taken up the opportunity to apply for a grant under the £23 million fund to help micro-businesses and charities scrap vans and minibuses...

  • Positive Impact of Sport (2)

    Can you outline how you are working with London’s community sports clubs to support them in making a positive impact in the community, especially with young people?

  • Driving test for private hire drivers

    To reduce collisions and improve public safety will you consider the merits of introducing an advanced driving test for anyone seeking a licence to drive a private hire vehicle?

  • Ocean Diva

    What representations have you made or do you intend to make in relation to the proposal for a new pier at Swan Lane to serve the Ocean Diva?

  • Rapid Charging Points for ZEC Taxis (1)

    You have stated that there are only 150 rapid charging points - how many are located in (i) the Central London congestion charging zone, (ii) Heathrow Airport, (iii) each of the 33 London boroughs?

  • ZEC Taxi Fuel Saving Calculation

    How did you calculate that taxi drivers would save £100 per week on fuel costs by switching from diesel to ZECs?

  • London Bridge

    Will you consider moving the barriers that exist on London Bridge from their current location within the bus lanes to the edge of the pavements on the bridge? I have received complaints that the...

  • New inquest into Ella Kissi-Debrah death

    On 2 May 2019, the High Court granted a new inquest into the death of Ella Kissi-Debrah to allow a better understanding of the role that air pollution played in her death. Since you wrote to the...

  • Industrial relations frameworks on major infrastructure projects

    The union Unite has recently made a strong case that Crossrail’s failure to agree an industrial relations framework with unions was exceptional for a major project and part of the cause of...

  • World culture forum (2)

    What was the total cost to the GLA of the World Cities Culture Forum in 2016?

  • World culture forum (3)

    How many GLA employees attended the World Cities Culture Forum in 2016?

  • World culture forum (4)

    Please provide me with a detailed breakdown of costs of the World Cities Culture Forum in 2016?

  • Gifts and hospitality

    Please provide me with an itemised breakdown of the value of gifts and hospitality received by Justine Simons in 2016-2017?

  • Team London and Community Sport (1)

    MD2426 outlines that the GLA Team London & Sport Unit’s budget for 2019/20 is £9,541,00. Please provide me a detailed breakdown of how this will be spent?

  • Team London and Community Sport (2)

    Please provide me with the budget for the Team London and Community Sport programme over the past 5 years, broken down by year?

  • Pedestrian crossing wait times (2)

    The recently published Transport for London (TfL) Temporary Traffic Management Handbook states on page 125: “Research shows that pedestrians are less likely to wait for the green man after...

  • Pedestrian crossing wait times (1)

    In your Walking action plan there is a map on page 56 showing 200 locations of traffic signals where Transport for London (TfL) reduced the wait time for pedestrians in 2017. However, it seems...

  • Haulage driver fatigue

    A haulage driver has been in touch to ask about action to address driver fatigue in London. The Transport for London (TfL) Freight and Servicing Action Plan proposes a review with boroughs of...

  • Transport for London active travel metric

    Papers at the Transport for London (TfL) Board on 27 March 2019 on the TfL Scorecard 2019/20 (Appendix 2: Scorecard development work undertaken during 2018/19) show that TfL has abandoned work on...

  • No. 19 Bus

    My constituents are absolutely overjoyed at the decision to maintain the No.19 bus. Several would like to ride across Battersea Bridge with you or the Deputy Mayor to show their appreciation. Is...

  • Positive Impact of Sport (1)

    Can you outline how you are working with London’s football and other major sports clubs to support and expand their vast capacity for making a positive impact in the community, especially...

  • Homelessness services

    Will the Greater London Authority publish a review of the effectiveness of its homelessness services over the past winter, and set priorities for where further funding could best improve...

  • Short-term lettings registration (1)

    Which short-term lettings companies have expressed support in your mandatory registration proposal, and have you held meetings with any?

  • Riverside Walk

    The Riverside Walk in Battersea has become dangerous for pedestrians, due to speeding cyclists, especially at commuter times. Has Wandsworth Council approached Transport for London for any...

  • Ulez (2)

    How many Londoners do you expect to be impacted by ULEZ charges each year over the next 5 years, broken down by year?

  • School Streets

    How successful is the School Streets trial proving to be, in terms of both safety and air quality?

  • Car scrappage scheme for low income Londoners

    When will details of the proposed £25 million car scrappage fund that was announced on the 14 February 2019 be made known to the public?

  • Planning with communities

    It is clear that in order to successfully deliver more homes across London, development needs to be supported by the local community. What steps can you take to ensure Londoners are better...

  • Permitted Development Rights

    What progress is being made with the Government with regard to securing an exemption from Permitted Development Rights for London’s Central Activities Zone, which expires at the end of May?

  • Taxi Delicensing Scheme (11)

    What is the composition of owner drivers who are applying for the new Taxi Delicensing scheme, what are the ages of those drivers and what is the vehicle emission Euro standard of those vehicles?

  • Leasehold (1)

    In view of the recent critical cross-party report by the House of Commons Select Committee into the leasehold tenure and the fact that the majority of England’s leaseholders live in the...

  • Planning permissions (2)

    Could you provide a breakdown for the number of planning permissions granted in each of the past five years by number of units, number of bedrooms and by type of tenure (private, intermediate,...

  • Planning permissions (1)

    Could you provide a breakdown for each of the past five years for the number of planning permissions granted for a) all new homes b) all affordable homes and c) homes for social rent levels...

  • Crimes not investigated

    For each of the financial years 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19, how many crimes have not been investigated by crime type?

  • Moped crime

    Moped thieves recently mugged a teenager in Brackenbury Village, demanding his phone, despite it not being on display. What are you doing to tackle such crimes?

  • Heathrow flights increase

    As part of the Heathrow Airspace and Future Operations consultation, did you oppose the specific proposal to increase flights at Heathrow by 25,000 a year in 2021, ahead of the proposed third...

  • Contribution by Chelsea

    What contribution does Chelsea making to policing football games at Stamford Bridge?

  • South Kensington Station Post Office

    What is you view about the lack of a Post Office and/or suitability of a subpostmaster set up close to South Kensington underground station? A number of residents are very concerned about the...

  • Greenhouse Gases

    What specific steps are you taking following reports that greenhouse gases from aeroplanes have more than doubled from 17.1tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent in 1990 to 35.5 m tonnes in 2016?

  • Crossrail (1)

    Please state how many people currently working on Crossrail are directly employed by Bechtel, and the total number of Bechtel employees who were working on the project for the years 2018, 2017...

  • Drone delivery in London

    What work has taken place to allow the use of drones for deliveries in London?

  • Met Patrol Plus

    Under the old Met Patrol Plus scheme, how much annual income did the Metropolitan Police receive from Local Authorities?

  • Rapid Charging Points for ZEC Taxis (4)

    How much does it cost to install a 50 kW rapid charging point for ZEC taxis?

  • Rapid Charging Points for ZEC Taxis (2)

    Who are the current owners/suppliers of rapid charging points in London?

  • Rapid Charging Points for ZEC Taxis (3)

    What is the cost of charging a ZEC taxi using each of the different owners/suppliers of rapid charging points in London?

  • Taxi Delicensing Scheme

    Since the announcement of the restructured taxi delicensing scheme, how many newly licensed ZEC taxis are (1) Fleet owned (2) owner driver?

  • Crossrail Board minutes

    At present the most recent published Crossrail board minutes are for the 10th January 2019. Are you satisfied with such long delays in publishing minutes and  will you take steps to ensure...

  • Safer Schools Officers (3)

    The data in response to Question No. 2019/4061 shows that knife crime ‘hotspots’ such as Southwark, Lambeth and Croydon have seen a reduction in Safer Schools Officers in the last...

  • Safer Schools Officers (4)

    The data in response to Question No. 2019/4061 shows that the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea currently has no Safer Schools Officers. Does this not go against your Police and Crime Plan...

  • Safer Schools Officers (1)

    In response to Question No.2019/4061 on 1 March 2019 you told me there were 343.41 Safer Schools Officers. AC Mark Simmons told the House of Commons Education Select Committee on the 27 March...

  • Safer Schools Officers (2)

    Your response to Question No. 2019/4061 showed that there has been an increase of only 24 extra Safer Schools Officers from last year. Are you confident you will achieve your ambitions of...

  • Car Free Day and London boroughs

    Further to your work for an event in central London, how will you and Transport for London (TfL) support Car Free Day activity within London boroughs with the £1 million funding allocated in...

  • Compliance Teams Review

    TfL’s Head of Compliance, Anand Nandha, is carrying out a review of his Compliance Teams. How will you ensure that this review is open and transparent, and can you confirm that it will be...

  • European social fund after the UK leaves the EU

    How much European Social Fund funding has the Greater London Authority family received in each year of your mayoralty, and how much is already secured for future years?

  • Usdaw’s ‘Save Our Shops’ Campaign

    Usdaw’s ‘Save Our Shops Campaign’ is calling on the Government to take more action to support our local high streets, and keep local shops open. They have called for (a)...

  • Independent Investment Programme Advisory Group findings on sub-programmes and projects

    The Independent Investment Programme Advisory Group (IIPAG) report to the 6 March 2019 meeting of the Transport for London (TfL) Programmes and Investment Committee, stated at 4.2: “IIPAG...

  • Cost of Adult Education Courses

    I recently met with Enfield’s Over 50s Forum, and the cost of further and higher education courses was raised. Many older people want to learn new skills or undertake courses to learn new...

  • Finsbury Park Station Access

    Can you update me on the completion date for step free access to platforms 3&4 and 7&8 at Finsbury Park station?

  • Bus Links to North Middlesex University Hospital

    Further to MQ 2018/0560, can you update me on your plans to improve bus links to North Middlesex University Hospital?

  • Northwood Station Car Park

    What is the current average usage of Northwood Station car park on a working day?

  • TfL car park developments

    Which station car parks is TfL considering or intending to redevelop without retaining any commuter parking?

  • Taxi Delicencing Scheme

    Did TfL carry out surveys or an integrated impact assessment on the effect of the Taxi Delicensing scheme or are these just estimates, guesstimates, predictions, presumptions and assumptions?

  • Staff Turnover in TfL

    What was the staff turnover rate in TfL and in tube drivers over the last 12 months?

  • Stanmore Station development (1)

    Could you please confirm whether TfL’s proposed new development at Stanmore station car park will include plans for step-free access at Stanmore station?

  • Stanmore Station development (2)

    How many car parking spaces will be retained at Stanmore Station car park as part of TfL’s proposed development?

  • Rayners Lane Station development (1)

    Could you please confirm whether TfL’s proposed new development at Rayners Lane station car park will include plans for step-free access at Rayners Lane station?

  • Rayners Lane Station development (2)

    How many car parking spaces will be retained at Rayners Lane Station car park as part of TfL’s proposed development?

  • Canons Park Station development (1)

    Could you please confirm whether TfL’s proposed new development at Canons Park station car park will include plans for step-free access at Canons Park station?

  • Canons Park Station development (2)

    How many car parking spaces will be retained at Canons Park Station car park as part of TfL’s proposed development?

  • Northwood Station development (1)

    What impact will removing all commuter parking from Northwood Station have on the ability for commuters to access the station in this outer London location, and how will this affect tube...

  • Northwood Station development (2)

    What will be the economic impact of failing to provide retail parking for TfL’s Northwood Station car park development, for the viability of existing businesses in the area and for the new...

  • Smart Energy Meter

    What percentage of households in London have a smart energy meter? Please provide figures broken down by Borough.

  • Low emission Neighbourhoods

    Your Low Emission Neighbourhoods are due to be fully delivered this month. How will you be continuing to monitor and maximise their effectiveness?

  • Clean Air Week

    How are you supporting Clean Air Week?

  • Energy Recovery

    Will you be supporting additional energy recovery schemes once Bunhill is operational at the end of the year?

  • Car free day (2)

    Which Boroughs have been in touch about car-free day and asked for support for innovative activities?

  • Car free day (1)

    How are preparations going for car free day in September?

  • London Living Wage

    Can you detail how many accredited London Living Wage employers there have been each year since the campaign began?

  • National Park City

    What actions have you taken to prepare for June’s National Park City festival?

  • Removal of density matrix in the new London Plan (4)

    As the draft new London Plan removes the density matrix guidance on setting and PTAL, what guarantees can be given that the replacement Policies for optimising housing densities contained in...

  • Removal of density matrix in the new London Plan (5)

    What monitoring procedures will be put in place to ensure that LPAs do not ignore the requirements of Policy D6, D2 and D1 to maintain appropriate residential and housing densities once the...

  • Removal of density matrix in the new London Plan (2)

    How will applicants or planning officers assess whether proposed developments meet the new NPPF guidance in paragraph 122 part c if and when the London Plan density matrix has been removed?

  • Removal of density matrix in the new London Plan (3)

    If the London Plan density matrix is removed, what policies will be put in place to mitigate against over development of a locality which results on local congestion of public transport capacity?

  • Removal of density matrix in the new London Plan (1)

    As Policy D6 of your new draft London Plan does not give clear guidance what densities are acceptable and what densities are not acceptable, Policy D6 does not give any guidance on the actual...

  • Target of installing rapid charging points in London

    What progress has been made in meeting your target of installing 300 rapid charging points in London by 2020?

  • Taxi-only Rapid Charging Points in London

    How many dedicated taxi-only rapid charging points have been installed in London, and do you consider this to be enough to support taxi drivers who have switched to the ZEC taxi and encourage...

  • Meanwhile use at Earls Court

    Transport for London (TfL) owns some of the land at the Earls Court site, including the area around Lillie Bridge Depot and a part-share in the Earls Court Partnership, which owns the land where...

  • Apprenticeships and the London Living Wage

    Do you agree that all apprentices in London should be paid at least the London Living Wage, as they are when employed by City Hall and the GLA group of organisations?

  • Portobello Business Centre further funding

    Your Deputy Mayor for Business and Enterprise helpfully organised funding for the Portobello Business Centre to support businesses in the immediate wake of the Grenfell disaster. Will there be...

  • Portobello Business Centre outreach business advisor

    Portobello Business Centre supports businesses directly affected by the Grenfell disaster and those in the area suffering from the ‘mini recession’ in the wake of the disaster. These...

  • Small businesses affected by the Grenfell disaster (2)

    Small business tenants of Transport for London (TfL) who have been affected by the Grenfell disaster have told me they were disappointed to discover that rent relief offered by TfL in the wake of...

  • Small businesses affected by the Grenfell disaster (1)

    Small business tenants of Transport for London (TfL) who have been affected by the Grenfell disaster have told me that it would be helpful if TfL had suspended rent reviews and offered monthly...

  • Disposal of paint and household chemicals (3)

    Has the London Waste and Recycling Board (LWRB) promoted Community RePaint (www.communityrepaint.org.uk) or equivalent organisations that collect leftover paint, redistributing it to community...

  • Rate of flammable cladding remediation on private buildings

    How many privately-owned tall buildings with ACM-type cladding have been identified in London, how many have plans in place for remediation, how many have started remediation, and how many have...

  • Public sector flammable cladding remediation

    What was the total amount of cladding remediation funding awarded to the Greater London Authority to deal with public and social housing in London, and how much of it has been a) spent and b)...

  • Support for residents living with flammable cladding (2)

    Has the Greater London Authority considered establishing or procuring a loans facility to provide reasonable credit to leaseholders affected by interim fire safety and remediation costs in blocks...

  • ZEC Numbers

    What are your projections for the uptake of the new ZEC by the end of 2020?

  • Taxi Delicensing Scheme and ZEC Taxis (1)

    What information did TfL commission in order to provide proper analysis of the Taxi Delicensing Scheme and the introduction of the ZEC taxi?

  • Taxi Fleet Numbers

    Before the new Taxi Delicensing scheme kicks in, the Taxi Fleet has dropped by 10% in less than 2 years; how many vehicles does the Mayor believe will be on the road by the end of 2020?

  • Thames Barrier

    What progress have you made on your Environment Strategy commitment to ‘support the safeguarding of sites for a new Thames Barrier east of London’? What assessment have you conducted...

  • HS2

    Is it true that the new HS2 line might threaten water supplies for millions of Londoners? If yes, is this a price worth paying to cut 20 minutes off the journey from London-Birmingham?

  • Conflict of Interest Concerns

    During the period 09 November 2016 to 24 July 2018, were any concerns about conflicts of interest involving TfL executives ever shared by any  TfL board member with the Audit and Assurance...

  • Food Waste (2)

    Please list those Boroughs in 2019 which do not offer separate food waste collections, sending food waste to Energy from Waste or Landfill.

  • Food Waste (3)

    What is your estimate of the reduction in emissions that would result if all London Borough’s sent their food waste for anaerobic digestion?

  • Food Waste (1)

    How much of London’s food waste is sent for anaerobic digestion? Please provide annual tonnes and percentage figures by Borough back to 2015.

  • Cleaner Heat Cashback

    How many businesses have so far benefited from the Cleaner Heat Cashback? What is the average cashback amount?

  • Better Futures

    How many businesses are registered with Better Futures?

  • Food Waste (4)

    If all London Boroughs send their food waste for anaerobic digestion, how much green gas would be created and how many homes could it supply?

  • Food Waste (5)

    What incentives exist to persuade London Boroughs to send their food waste to be anaerobically digested?

  • Workers Memorial Day 2019 (1)

    Please provide the number of injuries at work recorded in each Greater London Authority functional body for each year from 2009/10 to the latest available full year.

  • Settled status’ fees

    For how many employees has the GLA family paid the settled status fees? Please provide me with a table setting out the number of employees paid for by each functional body and the total cost of this.

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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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