London Assembly

Friday, 19 July 2019

  • Dial-a-Ride

    What percentage and number of the Dial-a-Ride fleet is currently non-compliant with the ULEZ?

  • Holland Park Avenue Cycle Lane (2)

    Given the need to work with boroughs in order to build cycling infrastructure, does TfL recognise that failing to do so will mean failing to deliver the cycling improvements that residents want?

  • Holland Park Avenue Cycle Lane (1)

    What lessons will TfL learn from their failure to listen to Kensington and Chelsea Council on their planned Holland Park Avenue Cycle Lane?

  • Apprenticeships (5)

    Can you provide me with a breakdown of apprenticeships started in London, by sector and by borough, further broken down by level and broken down again by disability by academic year quarter since...

  • Inspection of interim fire safety measures (2)

    In your response to question 2019/12198, you said that "LFB has procedures in place to respond to fire safety concerns raised by residents in any premises". How many safety concerns have been...

  • Public sector remediation of ACM cladding (4)

    What is the total number of social sector buildings in London with ACM cladding that have yet to be allocated funding from the remediation fund?

  • Inspection of interim fire safety measures (1)

    In your response to question 2019/12198, you said that LFB firefighters are conducting ad-hoc checks on interim fire safety measures. How many such checks have LFB conducted in each year since...

  • Public sector remediation of ACM cladding (2)

    Of the social sector buildings that have been allocated cladding remediation funding via the GLA, how many are in each borough?

  • Public sector remediation of ACM cladding (3)

    How many dwellings are contained in the buildings to which the GLA has allocated funding for the remediation of ACM cladding in the social sector?

  • Lakanal House coroner's recommendations

    What correspondence was had between LFB, other GLA bodies, and London Boroughs regarding the coroner's recommendations following the Lakanal House fire?

  • Public sector remediation of ACM cladding (1)

    How many social sector buildings have had funding allocated from the cladding remediation fund administered by the GLA and what is the total value of this allocation?

  • Wildlife corridors (2)

    Will you commit to including support for wildlife corridors in your forthcoming update to the All London Green Grid?

  • Autism (7)

    What if any autism awards and accreditations is the Mayor of London promoting across London?

  • Food waste (1)

    A recent survey of Londoners found that more than 75 per cent of respondents cited vegetables going off at home as the reason for wastage, with 24 per cent buying too much to use at the...

  • London Food Strategy

    As part of the London Food Strategy you said you would promote much higher numbers of employers paying the London Living Wage. How many employers has your office engaged with on this subject and...

  • London Food Strategy - Drinking Fountains

    Has work started or when will work start on installing the network of more than 100 drinking fountains?

  • Train Operating Companies & Clean Energy

    A constituent has raised the issue of diesel trains and is particularly affected by the Chiltern Line. What can your office do to encourage train operating companies that run through London to...

  • Millennium Mills (5)

    With the gross neglect of the building I’m seriously concerned about the safety and integrity of the structural fabric of the building. Can you confirm that the building is still suitable...

  • Future Funding for the /Creative Land Trust

    The Mayor’s annual funding commitment is till 2020/21. What assurance are you able to give that funding allocation beyond this period for sustainable provision of affordable artists’...

  • Accessibility of Stations serving Football League Grounds

    Concerns have been conveyed to me by a local disability group about access for fans with disabilities to football (league grounds). They say, “It is really important people with...

  • Transport Strategy – Step-free Access (3)

    In response to my question (2019/12248), once the level of capital investment funding from Government is certain, on which basis will TfL identify the next tranche of stations for step-free...

  • Public Relations and the Mayor

    To ask the Mayor how much money the Mayor’s Office has spent on public relations over the last three financial years and what his budget is for this item in the current financial year.

  • Deal or No Deal

    I note that on 4 July 2019 you Tweeted to your followers: ‘The damage that Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt seem willing to do to our economy, in pursuit of power, looks limitless. The refusal...

  • Culture spend

    What was the total amount of money spent by the GLA on culture in 2015/16?

  • Builds on Residential Gardens

    What was the total number of builds on residential gardens during the following years: 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19?

  • LFB Ulez

    What percentage and number of each category of LFB’s fleet is currently non-compliant with the ULEZ?

  • Millennium Mills fire (2)

    LFB reported that the Millennium Mills building had caught fire four times previously, most recently 12 months ago. What fire safety advice, if any, did LFB provide to the responsible person...

  • Millennium Mills fire (1)

    Who is the responsible person under the Fire Safety Order for the Millennium Mills site which caught fire on 23 June 2019?

  • GLA grants

    How much money has the GLA given to Film London, the British Fashion Council and London Design Festival since May 2016?

  • Fires affecting rough sleepers (1)

    How many rough sleepers in London have a) died and b) required hospitalisation as a result of injuries sustained in fires in each year from 2009/10 to the present? Please provide this data broken...

  • Fires in cannabis farms (2)

    What is the average number of appliances and firefighters attending incidents at cannabis farms, in each year since 2009/10?

  • Fires affecting rough sleepers (3)

    Of the fires in London since 2009/10 in which a rough sleeper sustained an injury or died as a result, how many were judged by LFB to have been started deliberately? Please provide this data...

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (20)

    How many London Underground trains were defective whilst South of the river in the last year?

  • Electrical appliance safety (2)

    Do LFB fire safety visits include a check of electrical appliances in the premises in order to make residents aware of any that are on LFB's danger list?

  • Electrical appliance safety (1)

    In your response to my question 2019/9239, you said you would expect "all Londoners to heed the advice of London Fire Brigade". What actions has the GLA, including LFB, taken, to make developers...

  • Fires in cannabis farms (1)

    How many fires at cannabis farms has LFB attended since 2009/10? Please provide this data by year.

  • Electrical appliance safety (3)

    What guidance, if any, on interior appliance fittings does the GLA issue to housing developers operating on GLA land?

  • Apprenticeships (3)

    Can you provide me with a breakdown of apprenticeships started in London, by sector and by borough, further broken down by level and broken down again by gender by academic year quarter since...

  • Apprenticeships (2)

    Can you provide me with a breakdown of apprenticeships started in London, by sector and by borough, further broken down by level and broken down again by age by academic year quarter since August...

  • Apprenticeships (1)

    Can you provide me with a breakdown of apprenticeships started in London, by sector and by borough, further broken down by level and academic year quarter since August 2018 to date?

  • Rail Grinding between Victoria and Pimlico (4)

    Rail-grinding was aborted in April 2018 due to ‘poor ventilation’.  Can TfL give us assurances that this problem won’t occur again?

  • European Social Fund and Adult Education

    How concerned are you about the loss of European Social Fund money from adult education and how are you mitigating this?

  • Preparation for Adult Education Budget

    What are your next steps to prepare for the imminent delegation of the Adult Education Budget?

  • High Quality Placement for T-Level Students

    Thank you for your answer to question 2019/9130 on T-Levels. How are you working with industry and business to ensure that more students have access to high quality placements during their...

  • Learner Fund Support for AEB Recipients

    Thank you for your answer to question 2019/9125 on affordable childcare for adult learners. How much leaner support fund will AEB recipients be eligible for?

  • Bombardier Trains Acceptance Process

    Why were the challenges to the acceptance process of Bombardier’s 345s and 710s not factored into their delivery time?

  • Impact of HS1 access charges

    Will you express concerns to the Office of Rail and Road about HS1's proposals to increase track charges for passengers by 40 per cent and freight by 70 per cent? These increases would damage the...

  • Cleaner Heat Cashback

    Thank you for your answer to question 2019/12096 on the Cleaner Heat Cashback underspend. How will you ensure that the redirected money will support carbon reduction as well as air quality...

  • Autism (3)

    What is the Mayor of London doing to make the employment opportunities more accessible for autistic people in London?

  • Autism (2)

    What is the Mayor of London doing to make transport more accessible for autistic people in London?

  • Autism (1)

    What is the Mayor of London doing to make the arts more accessible for autistic people in London?

  • Tube Noise [1]

    On average how frequently do wooden sleepers on tube lines need replacement?

  • Tube Noise [2]

    What is the annual or other periodic cost of replacing old wooden sleepers with new concrete sleepers?

  • Air Conditioning on the Tube (1)

    Which Tube lines currently have air-conditioned trains?

  • Autism (5)

    Is the Mayor of London working with Councils and CCGs, Businesses, Charities and User Groups in London to make the city an autism-friendly place and if so, how?

  • Autism (4)

    What is the Mayor of London doing to promote technology to make London autism-friendly?

  • Millennium Mills (3)

    Who is the responsible person under the Fire Safety Order for the Millennium Mills site?

  • Millennium Mills (4)

    I’m staggered to learn that this Grade II Listed building has been left in such a derelict state over the years. I’m also advised by the LFB that there have been four fires in the...

  • Supporting Those with Limited Mobility

    How does the Mayor support those with limited mobility and who are reliant upon their vehicles to stay independent?

  • GLA involvement in housing schemes involving proven contaminates

    What recording, if any, is undertaken by the GLA of regeneration and new home building schemes which it is involved in that have included the discovery of proven contaminates, such as asbestos...

  • Young Londoners Fund and Islington

    How is funding from the Young Londoners Fund being used to tackle issues of serious youth violence in Islington?

  • homes for supported living

    How many homes adapted for supported living have been a) given planning permission and b) completed in London in each year since 2012?

  • Young Londoners Fund and Waltham Forest

    How is funding from the Young Londoners Fund being used to tackle issues of serious youth violence in Waltham Forest?

  • Joined up thinking in planning.

    What is or can your office to do encourage councils to, when granting planning permission, look at not just the percentage of affordable housing, but at how to ensure the necessary community...

  • Review of Crossrail 2 – OPDC (2)

    The October 2018 Budget Papers said, "The government is considering the recommendations of the ‘Independent Affordability Review’ of Crossrail 2, and will consider the case for...

  • Millennium Mills (1)

    Can you confirm that the Millennium Mills site is owned by the GLA?

  • Millennium Mills (2)

    Can you confirm who holds development rights over the site, Silvertown Partnership or Landlease, and are seeking to develop it under planning application 14/01605/OUT.

  • Brexit and food (2)

    What could be the impact on London, of the conclusions from a recent report from the Alternative Arrangements Commission, which suggests that one solution could be for Britain and Ireland to form...

  • Re-Opening Hammersmith Bridge (1)

    On 11th June Gary Sterritt, Head of Asset Investment at TfL, told London Travelwatch that the project to re-open the bridge to vehicular traffic could take 3 years. Is this a correct estimate of...

  • Bus route 4

    I have received a complaint about the curtailment of bus route 4 at Blackfriars station. Previously this provided a key link between Holloway, Highbury and Islington Upper Street with Waterloo...

  • Private Hire (2)

    The Improving safety in PHV consultation closed on 25th June 2018. Since then no findings have been released. Given the statement “it is essential that standards set by TfL ensure passenger...

  • Photovoltaics and community owned buildings

    What funding are you making available for community groups to help with the roll- out of photovoltaics on community owned buildings? What representations have you made to Government for...

  • Flammable Cladding

    The Government is unable to tell us how many buildings across London are affected by flammable cladding. Is the London Fire Brigade conducting a study into this to try and ascertain where...

  • Fire at De Pass Gardens

    Barking and Dagenham Council’s response to the fire at De Pass Gardens was commendable. 30 minutes after the initial reports, the Council’s emergency support team was on location,...

  • London Living Rent (2)

    Can a new home let as London Living Rent be resold/re-let as Shared Ownership if the original tenants decide to move out? And vice-versa, can a Shared Ownership home subsequently be let as a...

  • London Living Rent (3)

    The City Hall web page on London Living Rent (LLR) states, “The GLA publishes maximum monthly rents by number of bedrooms for new LLR homes (inclusive of service charges) in every ward in...

  • Leasehold

    The Government has committed to ending leasehold for all new houses (but not flats), and capping ground rents on new leases to £0. London has a much higher proportion of people living in...

  • Gypsy and Traveller Pitches

    Following your responses to questions 2019/6235 and 2019/6236, I welcome your work to encourage boroughs to take up funding for new or remodelled Gypsy and Traveller sites and pitches. However,...

  • GLA Housing Funding

    How much GLA grant funding was spent on the 1,802, 2,462 and 1,150 “open market” homes in each of the last three years, according to the latest GLA Affordable Housing data returns?...

  • London Living Rent (1)

    Following your response to questions 2019/12135 and 2019/12136, if the decision as to whether an intermediate home will be used as London Living Rent or London Shared Ownership is left open to...

  • delivering 12500 homes on NHS land

    How was the figure of 12500 homes to be delivered on NHS land in London arrived at?

  • major development sites on NHS land

    In response to my question 2019/12224, you said: "The GLA and LEDU are supporting work relating to the Whittington Health Trust estate, King George’s Hospital and Goodmayes Hospital sites...

  • Wave 4 STP capital funding

    What are your priorities for NHS projects to receive wave 4 capital funding from the Government?

  • Affordable Housing Acquisitions

    Could you provide the number of affordable housing acquisitions – as distinct from new build starts and completions – that the GLA has funded in each of the last five years, broken...

  • Mayor’s Land Fund

    Following your response to question 2019/12132, could you provide: the size of each site in hectares; whether the GLA has purchased the freehold or leasehold, or whether it is a loan facility to...

  • breastfeeding on the transport network

    What progress has been made to support the commitment in your health inequalities strategy to make a) the transport network and b) city hall more supportive of breastfeeding?

  • distribution of fixed odds betting terminals (2)

    Are you aware of how many premises with fixed odds betting terminals there are in each borough? Could you provide a written update with these details?

  • Re-Opening Hammersmith Bridge (2)

    Can you provide an update as to when TfL expects to have estimated timescales and costs for repairing Hammersmith Bridge?

  • Fires affecting rough sleepers (2)

    How many fires have there been in London in which a rough sleeper sustained an injury or died as a result of the fire in each year since 2009/10? Please provide this data broken down by borough...

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (9)

    How much money has TfL actually invested in taxis to date (not future investment), excluding licence fees, since they took over running the trade?

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (10)

    Roundels for Private Hire Vehicles were previously marked with the words ‘Pre-Booked Only’. Will you restore these words on PHV roundels?

  • Injured firefighters

    For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many firefighters have been: . Injured . Seriously injured . Required hospital treatment ....

  • Brexit and austerity

    Has Brexit intensified austerity in London and led to a decline in living standards for Londoners?

  • Rough sleeping outreach services (2)

    Can you confirm that any information given by a member of the public, concerned about the welfare of a rough sleeper in London, through the Streetlink app or website, will be protected by the...

  • Rough sleeping outreach services (1)

    Do the GLA, StreetLink or any of the charities involved in the “TAP London” project participate in the Home Office’s “Rough Sleeper Support Service” (RSSS)...

  • Town Centre Zero Emission

    Can the Mayor provide an update on his commitment in the Environment Strategy to deliver town centre zero emission zones from 2020, in addition to the one recently announced in the City Fringe?

  • Under 30s spending

    The Resolution Foundation found under-30s are spending 7 per cent less than that age group did 18 years ago. Over-65s' spending has risen by 37 per cent. How can you support young Londoners...

  • Low Pay Commission consultation

    Did you respond to the Low Pay Commission’s consultation into the National Minimum Wage from 2020, and if so, can you share a copy with me?

  • Petrol Stations

    Does the London Development Database include data on petrol stations? If so, could you provide the number of petrol stations demolished and the number given planning permission in each London...

  • Safeguarded Wharves Review

    Following the Safeguarded Wharves Review 2018, when do you expect to send your recommendations to the Secretary of State?

  • Intimate Theatre

    Further to MQ 2018/2866, what recent steps have you taken to help save the Intimate Theatre in Enfield?

  • Park Toilet Facilities

    A constituent has asked me to ask what steps are you taking to encourage boroughs to improve access to toilet facilities in London’s parks? Many toilets close earlier than the parks, which...

  • Young Londoners Fund and Hackney

    How is funding from the Young Londoners Fund being used to tackle issues of serious youth violence in Hackney?

  • counterfeit tobacco and alcohol

    In your health inequalities strategy, you address the issue of counterfeit tobacco and alcohol. What actions have been taken to meet the aims of the strategy in this area?

  • distribution of fixed odds betting terminals (1)

    In addressing the impact of gambling outlets, particularly fixed odds betting terminals, what support have you given to boroughs in their management of the planning and licensing conditions for...

  • Rail Grinding between Victoria and Pimlico (2)

    Will TfL be using a machine grinder?

  • LGBTQ+ venues

    Further to your press release of 5th July 2019 revealing new figures on London’s LGBTQ+ venues please state what steps are being taken to increase the number of venues across London that...

  • Improvements to junctions (1)

    Following the coroner’s report sent to Wandsworth Council after the death of Lucia Ciccioli the council informed the coroner that TfL would lead on any remedial works. Please set out when...

  • PM2.5 Composition (1)

    What is the composition of the different elements and compounds in PM2.5s above ground?

  • financial benefits of warmer homes (3)

    What is the total budget for the warmer homes scheme and what is the target number of homes in each sector you aim to support with it?

  • PM2.5 Composition (3)

    Do you consider that total PM2.5 concentration is a good measure of assessing the health risk of particulate matter, or would it be better to measure and report the PM2.5 concentrations of...

  • financial benefits of warmer homes (2)

    What is the average income of the households that have benefited from your warmer homes scheme?

  • financial benefits of warmer homes (1)

    What was the average financial saving per year of the homes refitted under your warmer homes scheme?

  • Wildlife corridors (3)

    Will you commit to including support for wildlife corridors in appropriate supplementary planning guidance for the new London Plan, particularly in relation to policies G1 and G6?

  • Wildlife corridors (1)

    Will you commit to including support for wildlife corridors in your forthcoming guidance to the London Environment Strategy?

  • Fintech and debt

    What is the balance we need to strike in supporting Fintech whilst ensuring young and low pay consumers understand the payment terms with companies such as Clearpay and Klarna? What are you as...

  • EU referendum

    What do you say, as Mayor of London, to the 26 MPs who have written to the Leader of HM Opposition asking for him not to back a 2nd Referendum and to back a deal by 31st October?

  • Technology ecosystem cluster

    What lessons can you learn from Atlassian partnership with Sydney local government to create a technology ecosystem cluster?

  • Privatisation of energy companies

    Given the Mayor’s efforts to reduce energy bills through his Energy for Londoners scheme, does the Mayor also acknowledge that nationally costs to consumers have fallen 17% and there are...

  • Degree level apprenticeships in Chartered Town Planning

    This month, London South Bank University announced it would be starting the first degree-level apprenticeships in Chartered Town Planning from September. Given the shortage of planning expertise...

  • London’s Theatres

    London’s theatres and playwrights are the envy of other Cities around the world. However, we know that Theatre companies, and particularly small Theatre companies are struggling...

  • Brownfield Homes

    What percentage of new homes in London have been built on brownfield sites in each of the last five years?

  • Tube Delays

    Please state the number of delays across the Tube network, broken down by the reason for delay and date since 2015/16.

  • Pre-planning Application Meeting Service (1)

    Could you provide the total amount of money received by the GLA through its “Pre-planning application meeting service” in each of the past five years?

  • 106 Agreements

    Could you provide a list of schemes where the GLA and/or TfL are party to a Section 106 agreement with a developer, and a link to each document where available? Could you provide a detailed...

  • Pre-planning Application Meeting Service (3)

    Through your “Pre-planning application meeting service”, does the GLA give advice, guidance or support to developers on how to best engage and consult with local community members?

  • Pre-planning Application Meeting Service (2)

    Is the money received through the GLA’s “Pre-planning application meeting service” ring-fenced in any way?

  • Illness on the Tube

    Giving a breakdown by Tube line, please state how many people have been taken ill on the Tube each month since 2015/16.

  • Improving public safety in private hire vehicles and taxis

    To improve passenger safety and the standard of driving will you consider a separate higher level of driving test as a requirement before any driver is licensed to drive a taxi or private hire...

  • Air Quality

    When will you publish the GLA’s annual compendium of borough air quality activity? Which activities are included?

  • Grenfell Tower

    The answer to a recent parliamentary question asked by the MP for Croydon North revealed that the Government is refusing to answer questions about whether Government ministers, including the...

  • Old Oak Park Royal Development Corporation Community Review Group

    Will you ensure that all of the work of the Community Review Group is open and transparent, including all its reports being regularly published on the OPDC website?

  • Refill

    How are you working with businesses displaying the Refill sticker to ensure all staff are aware of and fulfil requests to refill a bottle?

  • Old Oak Park Royal Development Corporation lack of published expenditure

    The most recent details of expenditure that have been published online by OPDC is for the period from 1st April 2016 to 17th September 2016. Please set out why detailed expenditure of any item...

  • Salaries of Senior Staff at TfL

    To ask the Mayor what results have been obtained during his mayoralty in reducing the exorbitant salaries being paid at the top of TfL?

  • The Composition of TfL’s Board

    On 30 March 2016, whilst running for the office of Mayor of London, you stated that London's transport authority was far too dominated by white men.1 At that point, there were 13 white men on...

  • London Fire Brigade Watch Officers

    Is there a shortfall in the number of London Fire Brigade watch officers and if so, why?

  • Car Free Day (4)

    How are you communicating the benefits of Car Free Day to Londoners?

  • Rejected waste

    It was recently reported that almost 5 per cent of recyclable rubbish in England was rejected with most declined waste being sent to landfill or incinerated. What is the figure in...

  • TfL Cost Cutting Causing Noise Nuisance

    Constituents have reported noise at Chingford Station began when TfL and Arriva stopped ‘lowering the pans’ overnight in a bid to reduce staff costs for doing this. Where else on the...

  • Rail Grinding between Victoria and Pimlico (3)

    Do TfL intend to grind all 940 metres of the southbound track i.e. the whole curved section from Victoria to Pimlico minus the platform areas?

  • Sound for electric buses

    TfL has been testing futuristic sounds for electric buses to alert those with visual impairments that the vehicle is approaching.  I understand that these have raised concern with disability...

  • Pandrol Vanguard (5)

    How successful is the installation of ‘under rail’ pads for alleviating noise at track level on lines with Pandrol Vanguard?

  • Rail Grinding between Victoria and Pimlico (1)

    Precisely when in October is the regrinding work between Victoria and Pimlico Stations scheduled to take place?

  • Pandrol Vanguard (6)

    Is TfL seriously considering removing Pandrol Vanguard, possibly even on Pimlico’s northbound track?

  • Pandrol Vanguard (1)

    What is TfL’s evidence for suggesting that Pandrol Vanguard is not safe to attach to wooden sleepers?

  • Pandrol Vanguard (2)

    Has TfL tried other suppliers for long-term solutions or consulted with other worldwide experts?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (12)

    Please can you provide the average delay times for underground trains North of the river over the last year?

  • Old Oak Park Royal Development Corporation’s Housing Infrastructure Fund application

    While accepting some details might be commercially confidential and redacted will you publish OPDC’s HIF application for funding?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (11)

    Please can you provide the average delay times for underground trains South of the river over the last year?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (17)

    How many incidents of signal failure occurred on the London underground North of the river in the last year?

  • A Toll on Hammersmith Bridge (1)

    Stephen Greenhalgh has said, “If I were the directly-elected Mayor [of Hammersmith & Fulham], I would borrow the money to fix Hammersmith Bridge and set the borrowings against a road...

  • A Toll on Hammersmith Bridge (2)

    Should Stephen Greenhalgh become Mayor of Hammersmith & Fulham would you be inclined to allow him to impose a toll on Hammersmith Bridge?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (18)

    How many incidents of signal failure occurred on the London underground South of the river in the last year?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (19)

    How many London Underground trains were defective whilst North of the river in the last year?

  • Ride-hailing Apps (5)

    How many ride-hailing app operators are licenced by TfL?

  • Council Tax

    What do you propose to do to tackle the burden on poor Londoners of council tax noting that the Institute of Public Policy Research says the poorest Londoners pay 8.1% of household income to...

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (3)

    Deputy Mayor for Transport, Heidi Alexander has been in her position for over a year, but has not met all the Licenced Taxi trade organisations in an official capacity. Why is this? Do you agree...

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade (2)

    Do you think Taxi & PH drivers trust TfL TPH?

  • Food waste (2)

    How much total food waste is generated in London? Please provide tonnes and per head figures back to 2012.

  • Buildings below 18m with flammable cladding

    Is LFB or any other GLA body taking steps to ascertain the number of buildings, like Samuel Garside House, that are below 18m high but have aluminium composite material cladding, or other forms...

  • Dial a ride

    How many dial a ride trips have incurred ULEZ charges?

  • Property tax

    What would be the impact on London’s housing market of replacing council tax with a ‘progressive property tax’?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (23)

    What proportion of London Underground stations South of the river currently have step-free access?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (22)

    How many residents in North London boroughs currently pay for a TfL travelcard? Please give a breakdown of type (zones) and duration (annual or monthly).

  • Young Londoner’s Fund

    As part of the funding process, is there a focus on distributing funding to organisations across London’s boroughs?

  • Rail Grinding between Victoria and Pimlico (5)

    Will TfL undertake to regrind the southbound track annually from now on?

  • Tube Noise Abatement (3)

    Why is TfL hesitant about introducing more Pandrol Vanguard on the LU network?

  • Tube Noise Abatement (4)

    What is the evidence for TfL’s safety concerns in the use of Pandrol Vanguard?

  • Tube Noise Abatement (5)

    How successful has the introduction of ‘under rail’ pads been in alleviating noise at track level for passengers on lines fitted with Pandrol Vanguard?

  • Support from external organisations on the Samuel Garside House fire

    What support has LFB received from the Building Research Establishment and the Independent Expert Panel on the investigation into the fire at Samuel Garside House?

  • Brexit and food (1)

    What impact would no-deal Brexit have on London’s food supply chain?

  • UK Shared Prosperity Fund

    When are further details of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund due to be announced?

  • Joint Inspection Team

    Is the Joint Inspection Team announced in June 2018 operating yet?

  • A1 safety measures

    Could you provide an update on road safety measures at Falloden Way, specifically regarding work to make the pedestrian crossings at Midholm safer?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (1)

    Do you believe that public transport South of the river and North of the river are equally affordable, safe, reliable and accessible?

  • Autism (6)

    Is the Mayor of London working with other major cities, both nationally and internationally to collaborate in making London and other cities an autism-friendly place and if so, how?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (3)

    What is the Mayor of London doing to tackle any inequalities between public transport North and South of the river?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (2)

    What research if any, has the Mayor of London carried out into investigating inequalities between London public transport North and South of the river?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (5)

    Please can you provide the average number of underground trains per hour that stop at stations South of the river?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (4)

    What is the Mayor of London doing to make sure public transport is equally affordable, safe, reliable and accessible North and South of the river?

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (6)

    Please can you provide the average number of underground trains per hour that stop at stations North of the river?

  • Food waste (1)

    How much food waste is generated by London’s households? Please provide data by Borough back to 2012.

  • North vs South of the River Public Transport (24)

    What proportion of London Underground stations North of the river currently have step-free access?

  • Greenpeace and Telegraph investigation into Cory

    Given the recent expose by Greenpeace Unearthed and the Telegraph, does the Mayor believe that a second Belvedere incinerator run by Cory should receive DCO from Government?

  • Community involvement in your Public London Charter

    Could you provide details of which a) councils, and b) community and voluntary sector organisations have been engaged as part of your work to develop your Public London Charter?

  • Publication of your Public London Charter

    Further to my question 2019/0272, could you now provide a target publication date for your Public London Charter?

  • Policy work and decisions to prevent 'poor playgrounds'

    Since the issue of 'poor playgrounds' was highlighted earlier this year, what work have you done through your policies and planning decisions to prevent the segregation of children from different...

  • Community involvement in rent control proposals

    Could you provide details of which a) councils, and b) community and voluntary sector organisations have been engaged as part of your work to develop rent control proposals?

  • Night Time Enterprise Zone and music partnership

    What are the key performance indicators and targets for the Night Time Enterprise Zone and new music partnership?

  • Water Fountains (2)

    Do you believe your water fountain scheme will benefit Londoners from all areas across London?

  • Next steps for community-led housing in the Small Sites, Small Builders programme

    Further to my question 2018/1779, when will further sites on GLA land be brought forward for bidding by community-led housing groups, as part of your Small Sites, Small Builders programme, and...

  • Food waste (2)

    What can London’s supermarkets do to reduce food wastage in their stores, or how can they help Londoners to reduce food wastage at home?

  • Clarification of Approved Document B

    What is your judgement of the clarifications to Approved Document B announced by the Government on 5 July, in response to the consultation on that document?

  • Apprenticeships (4)

    Can you provide me with a breakdown of apprenticeships started in London, by sector and by borough, further broken down by level and broken down again by ethnicity by academic year quarter since...

  • Sainsbury’s Whitechapel

    Do you agree with the decision by Secretary of State James Brokenshire to overrule the recommendation of a planning inspector and refuse plans for the redevelopment of the Sainsbury’s in...

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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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