London Assembly

Friday, 16 October 2020

  • Police Officer convictions

    Following reports from SkyNews of the number of Police Officers who have criminal convictions against them, how many Met Police Officers have charges against them?

  • Met Trace Scheme

    Please can you provide an update on the Met Trace Scheme?

  • IOPC investigations

    Please provide details of how many incidents the Met Police have referred to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) where it has been determined that the Met officer involved racially...

  • County lines

    It has been reported that that criminals are increasingly targeting girls for county lines exploitation because they are less likely to be intercepted by the police. In those cases, criminals...

  • Work of the Violence Suppression Units (VSUs) (5)

    Thank you for your answer to my question 2020/1641. Could you tell me: a) how are people notified that they are on this list of 1,000 individuals, and b) what is the process for being removed...

  • Sistah Space Eviction

    Sistah Space is the only pan-London domestic violence charity offering specialist services for Black & Afro-Caribbean women, a charity which you have recently funded. The charity has been...

  • Stop and search restraints

    Please provide the percentage breakdown of the number of people who have been restrained using handcuffs whilst being stop and searched, by ethnicity, in each of the following years 2017, 2018,...

  • Police Helicopter Use (1)

    How many times over the last year have Met police helicopters been deployed and remained in stationary flight over one location for more than an hour? Please break down by month and location.

  • Barnet police numbers

    Will you increase police numbers in the borough of Barnet, if so, by how much and when?

  • Body worn video (2)

    Under what circumstances is it acceptable for an officer to refuse to switch on their Body Worn Video Camera when requested by a member of the public to do so?

  • London protests

    Are you satisfied with the handling of the recent protests?

  • Accusation of Police Racism

    On 9 August 2020, police stopped a vehicle being driven through Hackney, to speak to the driver of the vehicle. The Metropolitan Police subsequently stated that the stop was a mistake, caused by...

  • The Right to Protest

    On 29 August 2020, Piers Corbyn was slapped with a £10,000 fine for his part in the 'Unite for Freedom' rally on Saturday which saw thousands descend on Trafalgar Square in a protest against...

  • Policing during COVID-19

    A constituent has written in to ask “What are you doing to help tackling the over-policing of BAME people in London? What are you doing to guarantee people’s rights to peacefully...

  • Murders of Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman (1)

    Two sisters, Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman were murdered in my constituency in early June. This tragic event was shocking enough to the local community, but now we have been horrified to hear...

  • Stop and search during lockdown (3)

    What evaluation of the risks to public health was obtained by senior officers in the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) before deciding to continue and accelerate high rates of stop and search...

  • Body Worn Video footage

    What conversations and actions have you undertaken to help gain permission for the MPS to make some Body Worn Video footage public? Is this something you support?

  • Pan-London Forum for Anti-Social Behaviour

    In response to a recent letter on community triggers and anti-social behaviour the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime stated that “MOPAC remains in discussion with London Councils on how...

  • London’s Preparedness for Brexit

    What conversations have you had with the Government regarding London’s preparedness for Brexit? Is the Government sufficiently liaising with yourself and local authorities in London to...

  • London’s Local Industrial Strategy

    Please can you provide an update on progress made in the development of London’s Local Industrial Strategy. When do you expect a final document to be published?

  • European Criminal Records Information System

    If possible, please advise how many times Met Officers accessed the European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS) in each of the last 4 years.

  • European Arrest Warrant

    How many European Arrest Warrants were issued by the Met in each of the last 4 years?

  • Universal Credit Claimants in London and Covid-19 (1)

    How many people in London were claiming Universal Credit in each month between February 2020 and September 2020?

  • £500 payment to self-isolate (2)

    Should the £500 payment to self-isolate be higher in London to reflect the increased cost of living in the capital?

  • Serious Violence Reduction Orders

    Do you welcome the proposed introduction of Serious Violence Reduction Orders?

  • Indicators of Financial Difficulties in London

    Do you work with agencies such as Citizens Advice and law centres to gather early indicators of the number of Londoners that are struggling financially?

  • Test and Trace App Uptake in London

    Are you collecting information on, or receiving information from the Government regarding, the uptake of the NHS Test and Trace App in London?

  • World Mental Health Day

    I welcome the work you and your teams carried out to mark World Mental Health Day. How did ThriveLDN and your Peer Outreach team work together to coordinate a virtual festival for World Mental...

  • Taser

    Why is demographic data on the use of taser not published and readily available as part of the Met’s online databases.

  • Funding for the Recovery Board

    How is the London Recovery Board funded (i.e. do staff seconded from each organisation continue to be paid from their original organisation; which organisation is responsible for producing...

  • Pay for Care Home Workers

    Care workers have been the unsung heroes of the pandemic. Would you agree that the Government’s promised plan to fix social care should provide a guarantee that care workers are paid the...

  • Mayoral Decision Publication Date Transparency

    In answer to MQ/2020/0396 in February you said that you would explore the possibility that when Mayoral Decisions are published they are not simply back dated to the date that the decision was...

  • GLA Funded Properties with Dangerous Cladding

    Please provide a list of buildings funded or part-funded by the GLA over the last 10 years that have subsequently been identified as having dangerous cladding, and outline what steps you are...

  • Private sector remediation of dangerous cladding (1)

    The recent Parliamentary Accounts Committee report in cladding remediation highlighted the lack of remediation being undertaken in the private sector. In London 34 out 144 private sector...

  • Private sector remediation of dangerous cladding (2)

    MHCLG have set a target of Dec 31st 2021 for the completion of all remedial work for dangerous cladding. Is this achievable in London?

  • Private sector remediation of dangerous cladding (3)

    MHCLG have set a target of Dec 31st 2021 for the completion of all remedial work for dangerous cladding. What factors make this deadline challenging?

  • Private sector remediation of dangerous cladding (4)

    How many high-rise private sector building owners in London have had access to the bespoke technical and financial support offered by MHCLG?

  • Private sector remediation of dangerous cladding (5)

    MHCLG have set a target of Dec 31st 2021 for the completion of all remedial work for dangerous cladding. What work have MHCLG completed in order to make this deadline achievable?

  • Social and Private Sector ACM Cladding Remediation Fund and the Building Safety Fund (1)

    How many grants have been made from these funds to date? Please provide a breakdown since the funds began, showing the size of grant; social, private residential, student, hotel or public...

  • Because I'm a Londoner Campaign Funding

    How much funding have you given to the “Because I’m a Londoner” Campaign to date and how much have you committed to the campaign in future?

  • Safeguarding Teams

    At the Police and Crime Committee’s meeting in September 2020, the Met’s Deputy Commissioner, Sir Stephen House, told the Committee that the workloads in the Met’s safeguarding...

  • Long Covid

    What are you doing to encourage London NHS and GPs to prioritise tackling "long covid"?

  • High Street Banking

    Will you look to include retail banking within the next London Plan, and if so how will you do this?

  • Military Assistance for Covid Enforcement

    What discussions have been had with the Government around the use of the military to help enable the Met to better enforce the Coronavirus legislation?

  • Wellbeing Ambassador

    The London Recovery Board has stated its ambition for London to have 250,000 wellbeing ambassadors. What will the role of a wellbeing ambassador entail?

  • New Claimant Count in London Boroughs

    Which London Boroughs have seen the highest new claimant count over the past 6 months for a) Universal Credit, b) Job Seekers Allowance, and c) total claimant count? Can you please break this...

  • Job Losses

    How many jobs have been lost over the past 6 months in each London Borough?

  • Local test and trace services

    Given the government’s shambolic test and trace system, are there any plans to bring this system under local authority/regional control to ensure improvements are made?

  • European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS)

    Is there confidence that the Metropolitan Police will still have access to the European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS) after Brexit? If not, what would be the implications for London...

  • Playing Fields

    How many school playing fields have been lost in the last 10 years in London? What steps are you taking to protect them?

  • Sports Venues and football pitches

    How many football pitches and sports venues have been lost in the last 10 years in London? What steps are you taking to protect them?

  • Stop and Search

    Could you supply the figures for Stop and Searches carried out each month in 2020 in Wandsworth and in Merton, broken down by ethnicity?

  • Community Resolution Orders

    Please provide a breakdown, by number and type, of offences that were dealt with through a community resolution order in each of the last 12 months.

  • Mask violence

    Has the Met seen any violence in relation to arguments over the wearing of a mask? If so, do you have any figures?

  • Kettling protestors during coronavirus crisis

    Given the need for social distancing, and your previous comment that kettling is a ‘tactic of last resort’, will you ask the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) to suspend kettling as a...

  • Accessible homes in the social rented sector

    How many homes in the London social rented sector meet four main criteria that make it accessible and visitable for most people: level access to the main entrance, a flush threshold, sufficiently...

  • Extremism 2

    In a recent Home Affairs Select Committee, it was mentioned that non-aligned extremism is on the rise: • What is the Met doing about this? • Please can you provide the number of...

  • Prince Harry

    58% of the public (Savanta ComRes) believe that as part of their new life in the US, Meghan and Harry must pay their own way. Given that the MPS is taxpayer funded organisation, should there be...

  • Apprenticeships (2)

    How many young people in London completed apprenticeships in the 2020/21 academic year? Please provide a breakdown by level.

  • Apprenticeships (1)

    How many young people in London have taken up apprenticeships in September 2020?

  • 5 key steps to address the EWS crisis (2)

    Please provide details of any response you have had from Government to your letter with 5 key steps to address the EWS crisis.

  • 5 key steps to address the EWS crisis (1)

    In a recent Inside Housing article you revealed that you had written to the Government with 5 key steps to address the EWS crisis1. Please publish the letter sent including the 5 steps...

  • Recommendations from the report ‘Progress in remediating dangerous cladding’

    Do you agree with the recommendations in the Public Accounts Committee report ‘Progress in remediating dangerous cladding’ and what more will you do to ensure remediation of buildings...

  • London Building Safety Summit follow up

    What actions will you be taking forward following the London building safety summit?

  • First dibs for Londoners (4)

    You have said, “all options are on the table, including looking again at using planning powers to achieve my goal and urging Ministers to change the law”. Can you outline what...

  • First dibs for Londoners (3)

    When will the review of the voluntary ‘first dibs’ offer begin?

  • First dibs for Londoners (2)

    Have you begun to look at Land Registry and other data to monitor whether ‘first dibs’ is helping Londoners to be the ultimate buyers of more homes? What did you find?

  • First dibs for Londoners (1)

    How many “first dibs” properties have been placed on the Homes for Londoners portal? How many of them were Help to Buy homes? Please break down the figures by month.

  • Public Sector Land

    Please provide details on the successful bids you have made to develop other public sector land for housing, including how many homes will be provided and the affordable housing breakdown?

  • Live-Work Units

    How many Live-work units have been funded through the 2016-21 Affordable Homes Programme?

  • New Workforce Homes

    The May 2018 London Housing Strategy says you will “explore incentives for businesses to provide investment in new homes which could benefit their workforce”. Can you update me on...

  • Housing Association Partnerships

    In July 2017 you announced eight new strategic partnerships with housing associations, that would deliver 38,500 genuinely affordable homes. Have you agreed any further strategic partnerships?...

  • Homes for NHS Workers

    Since May 2016 how many homes have been delivered across the capital’s NHS sites? Of those homes how many have been ringfenced for health service workers?

  • Public Land

    How have you taken the lead in developing public land?

  • 2011-15 Affordable Homes Programme

    What level of funding was allocated to London in the 2011-15 Affordable Homes Programme (not including any rollover amounts from previous programmes)? How many homes were due to be delivered...

  • London-wide not-for-profit lettings agency (2)

    Please list which boroughs have social letting agencies.

  • London-wide not-for-profit lettings agency (1)

    In MQ 2018/0868 you said, “Because of the Government’s agreement to ban letting agencies’ fees, what we are going do in the short-term and medium-term is use the [property]...

  • Landlord Licensing (1)

    How many boroughs had a selective landlord licensing scheme in May 2016? How many have them now? Please list the councils by name.

  • London-wide not-for-profit lettings agency (3)

    Please outline how many rental properties have been listed on your property portal from any borough’s social letting agency. Please breakdown the data by month and by borough.

  • Landlord Licensing (3)

    What progress have you made on making the case to government for London-wide landlord licensing?

  • Landlord Licensing (2)

    You have previously lobbied the Government for the powers to approve selective and borough-wide schemes in London to be devolved. Can you update me on your efforts and the Government’s response?

  • Impact of First Homes on London 1

    In the ‘Changes to the Current Planning System’ consultation, the Government proposes that 25% of affordable homes secured through developer contributions should be ‘First...

  • Impact of First Homes on London 2

    What percentage of the proposed First Homes are likely to be studio or 1 bed homes?

  • Data on domestic homicides

    Following up on a request for information made during the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee on 6 March 2019, could you provide up to date figures for domestic homicides, including the...

  • Materials provided by the Metropolitan Police Service to schools to raise awareness of hate crime

    Following up on a request made in the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee on 14 May 2019, could you provide examples of the materials and guidance provided by the Metropolitan Police...

  • Prism 2.0

    We welcome the launch of PRISM 2.0 app. This app is aimed to accelerate the take-up of Modern Methods of Construction (MMC). How do you think this is going to help developers and housebuilders...

  • Facilitating socially distanced democratic protests (2)

    In your answer to my question 2020/2646 you said: “I want to be clear that large gatherings, including protests and parties, are currently illegal, in order to stop the spread of this...

  • Borough breakdown of knife crime offences

    Following up on a request made in the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee on 5 February 2020, could you confirm whether or not the overall knife crime figures reported on the Metropolitan...

  • Extending Permission in Principle to cover Major Developments

    What are your views on the Government’s proposal in ‘Changes to the Current Planning system’ to extend Permission in Principle to cover Major Developments?

  • Standard Method

    What are your concerns regarding the Government’s proposal in ‘Changes to the Current Planning system’ to change the Standard Method for calculating local housing need?

  • Affordable Housing Contributions on Small Sites

    What is your position on the proposal in the Government’s ‘changes to the Current Planning system’ to temporarily raise the threshold for developers to not contribute to...

  • Impact of First Homes on London 3

    What percentage of the population in London would have access to the proposed First Homes scheme?

  • Evictions in London

    The ban on evictions ended on Monday 20th September. With half a million Londoners now potentially facing eviction what early effects have we seen in London as a result?

  • Impact of First Homes on London 4

    In the ‘Changes to the Current Planning System’ consultation paper, paragraph 61 states that First Homes ought to be exempt from paying CIL. Have you investigated what impact this...

  • Fixed penalty notices and fines issued to protestors under new coronavirus rules

    Could you tell me if MOPAC provided advice or guidance to the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) following each change in legislation or policy from government regarding coronavirus restrictions...

  • New Rough Sleeping Accommodation Programme

    How many homes does the Mayor anticipate the New Rough Sleeping Accommodation Programme to provide? What are the timescales for when these homes will be ready for use?

  • Local Affordable Housing Targets

    Which boroughs have local affordable housing targets? Please provide details of what those targets are.

  • Land and Resources

    How have you worked with councils, housing associations and co-operatives to help them invest their land and resources effectively? Particularly around their right-to-buy receipts and resources...

  • Smaller Housing Associations

    What advice, support, and assistance for smaller housing associations who have an appetite to develop their homebuilding capacity? What funding have you provided? What discussions have you had...

  • Called In Applications

    How many applications have you called in because you a) are not satisfied with the viability information submitted by the applicant, the assumptions that underpin the information, or the level of...

  • Housing Investment (2)

    Since becoming Mayor, how much investment has been secured and how many Build to Rent homes have been funded as a result?

  • incentives for businesses

    Please update me on your work to explore incentives for businesses to provide investment in new homes which could benefit their workforce.

  • Using public land creatively to generate future income

    Can you update me on your work to explore the full range of options available to maximise best value from publicly owned land in London?

  • Housing Investment (1)

    Since becoming Mayor, how have you used City Hall as a platform to attract institutional investors, pension and other investment funds to finance homes for longterm, secure rent?

  • borrowing for housebuilding

    What effect, if any, has the abolition of the HRA borrowing cap had on the amount of borrowing for housebuilding taken on by London’s Councils?

  • 2008-11 Affordable Homes Programme

    What level of funding was allocated to London in the 2008-11 Affordable Homes Programme (not including any rollover amounts from previous programmes)? How many homes were due to be delivered...

  • Violent Crime Funding

    Please provide a list of all organisations that have received funding by City Hall to tackle violent crime, by year since and including the 2016/17 year. Please also include the amount they...

  • Interviews by Earls Court Development Company

    Earls Court Development Company, which is the delivery vehicle for the Earls Court Masterplan, has been interviewing key stakeholders. Which GLA officers have participated in this information...

  • Met Police (1)

    What was the budget of the Met Police for each year since and including 2009/10 to the current year?

  • Mayor’s Resilience Fund

    What are your plans to advertise the Mayor's Resilience Fund across London and to those who would benefit most from it?

  • Enforcement Measures Funding

    How much money will be provided to the Met Police from the £60million announced by Government to help support extra enforcement measures?

  • Money Laundering (1)

    In the answer provided to question 2020/1305, you advised that 170 individuals had been arrested for money laundering related offences since 2016. How much money in total, in each of 2016, 2017,...

  • Money Laundering (2)

    How much money is it estimated is laundered by criminals in London each year?

  • Money Laundering Officers

    How many officers does the Met have dedicated to tackling money laundering?

  • Buy-to-Leave

    Which boroughs, if any, have identified issues of new homes being left empty? What support are you offering those boroughs to put in place mechanisms which seek to ensure new homes are occupied?

  • Neighbourhood Planning Act (2017)

    In what ways, if any, did the Neighbourhood Planning Act (2017) deliver a much better Compulsory Purchase Order system for London?

  • Empty Homes premium (2)

    You have said you will work with councils to lobby Government for changes to make the Empty Homes premium more effective. Can you outline our lobbying efforts, what you have been lobbying for and...

  • Care Home Covid-19 tests

    Are you and the London Transition Board confident that care homes in London have access to sufficient tests and that those tests are being analysed in a timely manner?

  • LEAP Budget Spend

    What is the budget of LEAP this year and how much has been spent? How much remains unspent? Please provide a breakdown.

  • Economic Recovery Strategy

    When will you publish and implement your economic recovery strategy for London in response to the global coronavirus pandemic?

  • Meeting with Business Leaders and Representatives During the Pandemic

    How many times have you personally met with business leaders and representatives to discuss their issues and needs since lockdown began? Who were they, when were these meetings, and what were the...

  • Dr Heiko Schöning

    German Doctor Dr Heiko Schöning was arrested by the Met Police Territorial Support Group at Speakers' Corner at Hyde Park on the afternoon of 26 September 2020 whilst addressing a crowd....

  • Because I'm a Londoner Campaign KPIs

    What KPIs are you using to measure the performance of the Because I’m a Londoner Campaign?

  • Coronavirus Fines

    How much in fines has so far been handed out by the Metropolitan Police to members of the public and businesses for violating the Coronavirus Regulations?

  • Low-rise buildings with dangerous cladding (2)

    How many buildings are there under 18m with dangerous cladding in London?

  • Low-rise buildings with dangerous cladding (1)

    What dangers do you believe that buildings under 18m with dangerous cladding pose to residents?

  • Social and Private Sector ACM Cladding Remediation Fund and the Building Safety Fund (3)

    How are you ensuring that funding is provided where there is currently greatest need of remediation?

  • Social and Private Sector ACM Cladding Remediation Fund and the Building Safety Fund (2)

    What guidance has been provided by MHCLG to assess those buildings where residents are most at risk or where there is greatest need of remediation?

  • Leaseholders of buildings with dangerous cladding

    Leaseholders face rising insurance costs and becoming mortgage prisoners as a result of dangerous cladding on their buildings. What support are you offering to leaseholders in this position?

  • The Building Safety Fund and Leaseholders

    MHCLG accepts that the Building Safety Fund is not enough to cover the costs of all remediation. What safeguards does the fund put in place to stop leaseholders from being billed tens of...

  • Healthy relationships

    Following the report ‘A space to learn about relationships’ by Advance Charity, what are you doing to help young people understand what a healthy relationship looks like?

  • Fraud, violent and drug crime

    Do you agree with Graeme Biggar, the head of the National Crime Agency that action to stop fraud is "overdue"? What specific proposals have you developed with the Met over the last 4 years to...

  • Estate regeneration projects

    As of 17th July 2020, there were 39 estate regeneration projects where the GLA has approved funding since introducing the Resident Ballot Requirement. Which schemes, if any, resulted in a net...

  • Annual report 2019/20

    When are you planning to send your 2019/20 Annual Report to the Assembly, as set out in Section 46 of the GLA Act?

  • Research into Central Activities Zone

    On 15 September, you announced that you are commissioning a piece of ‘major new research’ into the future of central London’s economy. Who have you commissioned for this...

  • Safer Neighbour Boards and Ward Panels

    Will you ensure that money allocated for Safer Neighbour Boards and Ward Panels is only spent for this purpose?

  • Women in the criminal justice system 2

    38% of women who have committed a crime say they have done so due to a need to support their children. What are you doing help these women?

  • Hammersmith & Fulham Policing and Crime Commission Report 3

    In the Hammersmith & Fulham Policing and Crime Commission Report, Hammersmith and Fulham Council plan to set up a Youth Commission, to date what communications have you, your office or Mopac...

  • Grenfell Fire Inquiry

    Are you concerned that survivors and bereaved from the Grenfell Fire Inquiry are being limited in how many can attend the ongoing inquiry; and if so what will you do about it?

  • Dangerous cladding and care homes

    The recent Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee report ‘Progress in Remediating Dangerous Cladding’ found that there is no current data on low-rise care homes, sheltered homes or...

  • London Recovery Board Missions

    I support the missions outlined by the London Recovery Board at its 15th September meeting. The accompanying slides set out examples of possible projects which may fit under these missions. When...

  • Winter Preparations (2)

    Have any plans been put in place to protect London’s homeless population from the bitter cold and the virus this winter?

  • London Recovery Board Economic Actions

    What actions have you taken to support London’s economy as a result of recommendations or discussions from meetings of the London Recovery Board?

  • Fire Safety and London’s Housing Associations (2)

    Have you considered any further support you could give as Mayor to housing associations in London that still have buildings with flammable and dangerous cladding? With Government support being...

  • Fire Safety and London’s Housing Associations (1)

    I very much welcome investment in affordable housing in the capital, but do you share my concern that some housing associations which still have a significant number of properties in the capital...

  • MOPAC Data on Public Perceptions Police

    Please confirm whether the data MOPAC collects on public perceptions of the police in London is broken down by i) race, and ii) gender? If it is not will you commit to collecting this data moving...

  • Anti-Social Behaviour – Richmond and Kingston

    With areas like Richmond and Kingston seeing a significant rise in anti-social behaviour in recent months, including increased drug-related activity, how are you working with the Met to tackle...

  • Preparations for Potential Rise in Human-Trafficking

    Leading figures, including Unseen UK Chief Executive Andrew Wallis, are warning of a potential further increase in human trafficking into the UK as a result of the post-Covid economic slump. What...

  • MOPAC Monitoring and Oversight of Live Facial Recognition Technology

    The London Policing Ethics Panel (LPEP) Live Facial Recognition Report condition 5 recommended that “the Met and MOPAC develop robust governance and oversight arrangements that balance the...

  • Fire Safety Concerns

    I am aware that you are backing the #EndOurCladdingScandal campaign for leaseholders with properties in buildings with dangerous cladding and/or serious fire safety defects. What work have you...

  • Platform for Life and Homelessness Change programmes

    How many homes were funded via this programme and how many young people have been supported? Please breakdown both figures by financial year.

  • Empty Homes premium (1)

    Which of London’s councils levy the empty homes premium? Please name those that do and those that do not.

  • London & Partners Coronavirus Response

    What actions have you asked London and Partners to take in response to the coronavirus pandemic?

  • London Transition Board Economic Actions

    What actions have you taken to support London’s economy as a result of recommendations or discussions from meetings of the London Transition Board?

  • Rogue Landlord and Agent Checker

    How many cases have been added to the Rogue Landlord and Agent Checker since it began? Please break down by financial year and enforcement authority.

  • Housing Association Rents

    How have you worked with housing associations to keep their rents down? What effect, if any, on the level of rents has there been?

  • Pay-to-Stay

    Which Boroughs and Housing Associations in London have used their discretion to charge market or near market rents to tenants with an income of £60,000 or more a year?

  • Pay it Forward Scheme Sign-ups

    How many businesses have signed up so far to the Pay It Forward scheme and how much money has been “paid forward”?

  • Leaseholder Advice

    What work have you done with London boroughs to ensure leaseholders can access high-quality advice on service charges and leasehold extension?

  • Nightstop (1)

    What funding, if any, has the Mayor provided to the Nightstop service? Please breakdown by financial year.

  • Nightstop (2)

    Do you know how many young people have been supported by the Nightstop service? Please breakdown by financial year.

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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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