London Assembly

Friday, 24 January 2020

  • The Grenfell tower fire

    Has enough been done to make sure a fire like that at Grenfell Tower could not happen again?

  • Young Londoners

    How are you engaging with young Londoners to ensure that their voices are heard when it comes to formulating policy?

  • Hammersmith Bridge and Cycleway 9

    Given the significant additional traffic caused by the closure of Hammersmith Bridge, and the strong opposition to Cycleway 9 in its current form, will you commit to not starting any physical...

  • Fuel Poverty

    As the weather gets colder, what progress have you made in supporting Londoners living in fuel poverty - and what support will fuel-poor households receive this coming winter?

  • Passenger safety in London

    What are you doing to ensure the highest level of safety and service for Private Hire passengers in London?

  • Crime on the Tube and Buses

    Why has crime on TfL’s Bus and Tube networks jumped by 30% in a year under your watch?

  • Sanction Detection Rates

    The overall sanction detection rate, or number of crimes solved in the capital, fell by 27% in the 12 months to October. What work are you undertaking with the Crown Prosecution Service to help...

  • Vision Zero for 2020

    With more fatalities on London’s roads in 2019 than in 2018, what steps will you take to make the new year a safer one for Londoners?

  • Vitality of Small Businesses and High Streets

    The Federation of Small Businesses (‘FSB’) have called for radical business rates reform to provide financial assistance for businesses impacted by Brexit uncertainty. With the high...

  • Free Speech

    To what extent do you support freedom of expression at Speaker’s Corner and at other public places in London?

  • General election

    What are the likely implications for London of the outcome of the General Election?

  • London’s crumbling hospitals

    The London Health Board’s health and care vision lists “estates” as one of the make or break factors behind better health care. What effect will the Government’s...

  • Public London Charter

    It is great that the new Public London Charter will be embedded in your new London Plan. Could you update us on how it is being drawn up and when we can expect it to be published?

  • Renters’ rights and ending no fault evictions

    How soon can we get the Government to finish abolishing section 21?

  • Homelessness in London

    Has the Government done enough over the past nine years to combat rough sleeping in London, which has more than doubled in London in the past decade, according to data from the Combined...

  • ULEZ Exemptions

    What exemptions have you considered for the ULEZ?

  • Brexit and Businesses

    What impact has the continued Brexit uncertainty had on London’s businesses?

  • London Bridge attack

    What steps are you taking to make sure we defeat the hatred seen in the London Bridge attack by rejecting division and instead focusing on the values that bind us together?

  • Knife Crime

    What are you doing to get knives off the streets of London?

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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