London Assembly

Monday, 29 July 2019

  • Priorities for London

    Do you have the right priorities for London?

  • “Shocking… horrifying… slow”: the Government’s response to removing flammable cladding post-Grenfell

    In a recent interview with the Evening Standard, London Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton described the Government’s action on building fire safety since the Grenfell Tower fire as...

  • 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. Good morning, Mr Mayor. Over to you.

  • Businesses and no-deal

    Are London’s businesses prepared for a no-deal Brexit?

  • Ulez

    How successful has the ULEZ been at improving air quality?

  • Hammersmith Bridge

    Using a fraction of the £350 million that had been earmarked for the Rotherhithe Bridge in the TfL Business Plan, will you commit to fully funding the repair and upgrade works for the...

  • Zero emission rail services

    Is Transport for London (TfL) on track for rail services under its control to be zero emission by 2030?

  • Violence Against Women

    Do you support End Violence Against Women Coalition’s calls to resist a ‘campaign’ calling for anonymity of suspects in sexual offences cases?

  • Support for night time health workers

    Hospitals run round the clock, and so do hospital workers. Research by the Royal College of Nursing and University College London has underlined how essential these staff are to keep London...

  • St Ann’s Hospital site

    How has your work on the proposed development at the St Ann's Hospital site in Haringey helped to make this an exemplar of community-led development, and not just a business-as-usual,...

  • Sprinklers

    There is an outcry for retrofitting of sprinklers in high-risk and high-rise buildings. The Coroner in 2013, after the Lakanel House fire ten years ago, recommended consideration of...

  • Cancellation of the Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf Bridge

    Do you still support a bridge from Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf for pedestrians and cyclists?

  • Looked after children

    A number of reports have recently served as a reminder of the challenges faced by looked after children including around advocacy and access to higher education. Could you provide an update on...

  • Metropolitan Police and National Crime Agency Cooperation

    How are you and the Metropolitan Police Service working with the National Crime Agency to tackle cross-border crime?

  • Governance and Leadership at the OPDC

    [to the Interim Chief Executive] What will be the main priorities of the incoming Chief Executive?

  • Housing Infrastructure Fund

    How has the Housing Infrastructure Fund process helped progress the OPDC plans?

  • Maximising the Opportunities of the OPDC

    How can the Mayor and the Government help you “sell” OPDC to sovereign wealth funds with the necessary long-term perspective to unlock billions of pounds and therefore tens of...

  • Black Cab Drivers

    Do you think you have treated black cab drivers fairly since you became Mayor?

  • Croydon Tram Crash Investigation

    Will you appoint an independent investigation to review why TfL failed to supply critical Tram safety evidence to the Croydon Tram Crash investigators?

  • Williams Review

    What representations will you be making to the Williams Review in respect of London’s over-ground rail services?

  • support for young people during the summer holidays

    How are you ensuring London’s children receive the support they need during summer holidays?

  • Precision Manufactured Housing

    Last month you launched the #PRISM App, a global first Digital Design tool for designing Precision Manufactured Housing. This will allow developers, manufacturers and designers to assess the...

  • Affordable Housing Funding

    Now the GLA has identified that you need seven times as much annual funding to build the affordable homes we need, and there is in particular a £280,000 “surplus gap” that needs...

  • Permitted Development

    Is allowing commercial and industrial buildings to be converted into 12 square metre flats, without full planning permission, the solution to London’s housing crisis?

  • Consultants and Agency Staff

    What progress have you made in reducing the overuse of consultants and agency staff across the GLA Group?

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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