London Assembly

Wednesday, 6 November 2019

  • Tube Noise

    As you are aware, thousands of my constituents are suffering from excessive Tube noise in their homes. How soon can those constituents expect that suffering to end?

  • Hammersmith Bridge

    Are you leaving no stone unturned to ensure that Hammersmith Bridge is re-opened to motorised vehicles as soon as humanly possible?

  • Operation Yellowhammer

    Now the Operation Yellowhammer document has been made fully public, what is your assessment of the stress to London’s economic, community and civil resilience from the UK leaving the EU...

  • Supporting Businesses

    Are you proud of your record on supporting London’s businesses?

  • Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – long term vision

    What is the long-term vision for the park and how are you progressing with your plans?

  • London Legacy Development Corporation’s progress on Healthy Streets

    What progress are you making in the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) to deliver Healthy Streets and reach your target for 85 per cent of all journeys to be made by sustainable travel...

  • Extinction Rebellion

    To ask the Mayor why on 3 October 2019 the Metropolitan Police permitted activists from Extinction Rebellion to park a decommissioned fire engine outside HM Treasury Building in Horse Guards Road...

  • Support for people at risk of County Lines exploitation

    MOPAC’s Strategic Assessment of County Lines found that hundreds of children and vulnerable adults are being exploited by gang members. What support are you giving these at-risk people to...

  • Brexit

    What plans have you made for Londoners to celebrate the historic occasion of our departure from the European Union on 31 October 2019?

  • Brexit

    What does the latest situation regarding Brexit mean for London’s economy, businesses and residents?

  • No-deal Brexit and businesses

    Are London’s businesses ready for a no-deal exit from the EU as the Minister Michael Gove suggested?

  • LLDC’s Challenges

    What do you see as the key challenges for the LLDC over the coming years?

  • Government Funding for London

    Further to my Question number 2019/17690 regarding funding for extra police officers – what extra funding has been allocated to London so that you can start to reverse the swingeing cuts to...

  • Brexit

    Will you be holding more ‘We are all Londoners’ events?

  • Deprivation in London

    What do the Government’s recently released indices of deprivation mean for London?

  • Central Line CCTV

    Can you provide more information on the timetable for the rollout of CCTV on the Central line?

  • Met Police

    Are you satisfied that the Met is fit for purpose?

  • Definitions of affordable homes

    How many definitions of ‘affordable’ homes are used by your office?

  • Affordable fares for Londoners

    What is your strategy for making fares affordable for all Londoners?

  • Housing needs

    Are you meeting London’s housing needs?

  • Social housing demolitions

    Last year you introduced your Good Practice Guide to Estate Regeneration, but do you think it is right for social housing to be demolished before plans for its replacement are approved?

  • Implications of EU Exit on Policing and Security

    Does a no-Deal Brexit risk making Londoners less safe?

  • Households at risk of homelessness

    30% of households assessed by local authorities as being homeless or at risk of becoming homeless are in full or part-time employment, rising above 40% in some London boroughs including Newham,...

  • Brexit impact on Supply Chains for Construction

    Apart from the impact on skills and workforce, what will the impact of Brexit be on and construction supply chains generally and building materials for homes? What can London can do?

  • Safer junctions for cyclists

    Are all junctions undergoing works by TfL compatible with your Vision Zero standard?

  • Impact of the HS2 review

    Given the uncertainty caused by the recent HS2 review, how can we work to ensure that we ultimately get an HS2 plan which works for London?

  • Black History Month and racial inequalities

    Does the Mayor agree with me that, as we come towards the end of another great Black History Month, it is unacceptable that the grandchildren of the Windrush generation in London who have...

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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