London Assembly

Friday, 26 February 2021

  • Green New Deal

    Can you outline the specific elements of your Green New Deal that you hope to achieve in your economic recovery programme?

  • Retraining/second career

    Given the current situation with the economy, can you outline what increased opportunities there are for retraining for those Londoners wishing to upgrade their skills to explore new career...

  • Bus shelter at the "Southgate Road" stop on Balls Pond

    The bus shelter at the "Southgate Road" stop on Balls Pond Road has been replaced and the new one does not have Countdown.  Now that buses to Highbury Corner are 15 minutes apart it is all...

  • Policing in supermarkets

    Can you tell me how many times Met Police Officers have been called to supermarkets to respond to COVID-19 rule breaking in 1) London Borough of Hackney and 2) London Borough of Islington and 3)...

  • Historic England & Heritage Lottery Fund

    Have you, in collaboration with Historic England & the Heritage Lottery Fund, supported many listings & funding applications in London?

  • 2014 Report from CIRAS about Fatigue from TOL Croydon Tram Drivers

    Your response to Question 2020/4104 — "Transport for London Internal Audit became aware of the AbsTracked audit during the 13 744 audit, not during an investigation. The Audit team were...

  • 2017 Letters exchanged between First Group Tram Driver, the Mayor and TfL concerning Safety at Croydon Tram

    In documents found in your long-delayed response to Question 2019/17340, a 7 June 2017 12:26 email from Crossrail Head of Audit to a TfL Internal Audit team states: “A letter has been...

  • Education charities

    Due to the Government’s lack of support for young Londoners who have to miss education due to long-term illness or who are shielding from COVID, was the Mayor aware that charities such as...

  • Impact of school closures

    In October, the Education Panel recommended that you should inform the Education Panel about ongoing or planned data collection to understand the effect of the COVID-19 school closures on...

  • Communications about First Group 'resistance' to IA 17780 sent by Internal Audit to General Counsel, 7 June - 27 July 2017

    Data released in Question 2019/17340 shows an 7 June 2017 12:26 email sent from Crossrail Head of Audit to the IA 17780 Internal Audit Team which, inter alia, states: "I have just had Howard...

  • Financial Inclusion Strategy

    The London Assembly Economy Committee report, Short Changed: the Financial Health of Londoners, published in January 2018, contained the following recommendation: “Local authorities in...

  • Adult Education Budget

    What conversations have you had with providers about the changes to your Adult Education Budget and how this will impact them?

  • Adult Education Budget

    What conversations are you having with providers about courses to focus on getting young Londoner’s into “good work” to aid London’s recovery?

  • Crossrail verification of infrastructure and rolling stock by the Office of Rail and Road

    Please set out a monthly timetable for 2021 showing the remaining authorisation submissions Crossrail will be required to make for verification of their infrastructure and rolling stock to comply...

  • Ernst and Young investigation into Silvertown Tunnel Project

    Will you make a commitment to ensure that the Ernst and Young investigation into the value for money of TfL's Silvertown Tunnel Project is published in full as soon as it is completed?

  • Brexit on London’s Non-Premiership football clubs (2)

    Are you lobbying the Government for changes to the current arrangements with the EU for Non-Premiership football clubs?

  • Brexit on London’s Non-Premiership football clubs (1)

    What is the impact of the current Brexit deal going to have on London’s Non-Premiership football clubs, particularly in the context of London’s economic recovery?

  • Staffing of London Overground stations

    Following your response to my Question 2021/0083 about future platform leasing arrangements, please could you confirm that there are no plans for TfL to withdraw London Overground platform...

  • Brexit on London’s theatres (2)

    Are you lobbying the Government for changes to the current arrangements with the EU for theatres?

  • Brexit on London’s theatres (1)

    What is the impact of the current Brexit deal going to have on London’s theatres, particularly in the context of London’s economic recovery?

  • Brexit on London’s Cinemas and film industry (2)

    Are you lobbying the Government for changes to the current arrangements with the EU for cinemas and film industry?

  • Brexit on London’s Cinemas and film industry (1)

    What is the impact of the current Brexit deal going to have on London’s cinemas and film industry, particularly in the context of London’s economic recovery?

  • Brexit on London’s small independent music venues (2)

    Are you lobbying the Government for changes to the current arrangements with the EU for small independent music venues?

  • Brexit on London’s small independent music venues (1)

    What is the impact of the current Brexit deal going to have on London’s small independent music venues, particularly in the context of London’s economic recovery?

  • Brexit on London’s Art galleries (2)

    Are you lobbying the Government for changes to the current arrangements with the EU for art galleries?

  • Brexit on London’s Art galleries (1)

    What is the impact of the current Brexit deal going to have on London’s art galleries, particularly in the context of London’s economic recovery?

  • London Restorative Justice Programme

    For each year 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020, how many: • Victims were referred to Restorative Justice • Victims took up the offer of Restorative Justice • Victims got a successful...

  • Suicide rates

    For each year 2018, 2019 and 2020 how many suicides were recorded by the police in London?

  • Vru 3

    Where will the VRU be based when City Hall moves?

  • Vru 2

    What are the current pays grades of the senior management of the VRU?

  • Vru 1

    Since its creation, how much funding has the VRU received broken down by funding sources and how much has it spent?

  • Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm Funding

    How much funding have you allocated for the Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm?

  • Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm

    How were the members of the Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm selected and who had the final say on their appointment?

  • Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm remunerations

    What is the total remuneration available to members of the Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm? Please give a breakdown by type. For example, expenses.

  • Borough and BCU commanders

    For Barnet and Camden BCU and after merger for the relevant BCUs, and excluding holidays and short sickness absence, for the last 6 years please list the names and dates of their...

  • GLA flight and hotel spending

    What is the total amount of money spent on flights and hotels by the GLA each year including the 2015/16 year?

  • Actions following the death of Lucia Ciccioli

    I understand TfL has now put forward proposals to improve the road layout at Lavender Hill and Elspeth Road following the coroner's report into the death of Lucia Ciccioli which identified the...

  • Town Centre Teams

    Please provide full details of the newly introduced “Town Centre Teams”. Please include a breakdown of where these teams will be based, how many officers teams will consist of, and...

  • Skills for Londoners Strategy (1)

    Further to your press release on 07/02/18, entitled “Mayor invests £25m to help build the workforce for London’s future”, can you please outline how your Skills for...

  • Young Londoners' Fund (4)

    Could you please provide evidence of how your £45m Young Londoners Fund has since helped to build aspiration & progression in under-achieving groups in London. What diversionary...

  • Mayor’s Air Quality Fund (1)

    Please state how much of the £22 million fund announced on 7 June 2019 has currently been allocated?

  • TfL Pay

    How many TFL employees earned over £100,000 per year in the last financial year after overtime and voluntary redundancy payments are included?

  • County Lines

    For each of the years 2018, 2019 and 2020, how many county lines have been broken that originated in London?

  • Catalytic converter theft

    For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020, how many catalytic converters have been reported stolen to the MPS?

  • Long-term absence from school

    The Government does not record the data on the number of children and young people who are out of education due to long term medical conditions (aged 5-18). Will you write to the Secretaries of...

  • Protecting firefighter health (1)

    What indications and early findings are coming from the Imperial College ongoing monitoring to assess the health of firefighters who served at Grenfell?

  • Taxi and Private Hire Trade and Masks

    How many fines, warnings and other sanctions have been given out to i) black cab drivers, ii) private hire vehicle drivers, by TfL Compliance Officers for not wearing a face mask since 1st April 2020?

  • London waste to landfill

    As referenced in your 2018 press release “Mayor’s £6m fund to boost green spaces & reduce plastic waste”, are you on track to meet your ambition for London to send no...

  • Reduce Plastic Waste (2)

    Please provide an update on coffee cup collection schemes as well as a plastic bottle deposit return scheme, as referred to in your 2018 press release “Mayor’s £6m fund to boost...

  • Reduce Plastic Waste (1)

    Further to your press release dated 14/02/18, entitled “Mayor’s £6m fund to boost green spaces & reduce plastic waste”, please provide an update relating to your...

  • Skills for Londoners Strategy (3)

    In relation to your investment of £25m into London’s workforce in 2018, please explain how one of your key priorities for your Skills for Londoners Strategy is delivering a strategic...

  • The Met’s Estate Strategy (2)

    Will MOPAC be working with the Met on how they dispose of any properties identified as no longer required in the Estate Strategy, particularly in looking at making sure the Met works with local...

  • Fountains for London

    Following on from your funding announcement to boost green spaces in 2018, how successful was your work with the #OneLess campaign in finding suitable fountain sites in London? Have all 20...

  • 1st National Park City

    As referred to in your 2018 press release regarding your £6m fund to boost green spaces & reduce plastic waste, how far away are you from your goal for London to become the first...

  • School signage

    Concerns have been raised with me about road safety around Hackney New Primary School in my constituency. I understand that the signage on Kingsland Road (cornered Downham Road) is very unclear...

  • Dangerous Cladding

    How many Londoners are impacted by dangerous cladding?

  • MSG Sphere Light and Noise Concerns

    Are you aware of the views of local residents in New Garden Quarter, Stratford who have light and noise concerns in relation to the MSG Sphere? Will you make representations to the local council...

  • TfL Lighting Works at A12/Wick Lane

    The crossing of the A12 at Wick Lane has seen improvements made by the Highways Authority. Can TfL provide a date for when the TfL contractor will attend the site and reset the lighting times and...

  • Covering the Cost of Concessions

    Will the Council Tax and Congestion Charge increases be sufficient to cover the cost of concessions? How much do you estimate you will raise from each one and how much does each concession cost?

  • Covid-19 Fixed Penalty Notice Increase

    The Met’s Covid-19 dashboard indicates that a far higher number of fines have been handed out during the third national lockdown than during either of the previous two. What are the reasons...

  • Electric Bike Thefts

    For each year 2018, 2019 and 2020, how many Electric Bikes have been reported stolen?

  • Tube noise near Fitzrovia

    Residents are now reporting 50db noise here, which is untenable. What are TfL's plans to reduce tube noise here permanently?

  • Met Police (2)

    How many police stations were there in London for each year from and including 2015/16 to the current year?

  • Data collation and transparency on social housing stock

    Could you start collating and publishing figures for all changes in social housing stock in London every year, including new build occupations, demolitions, acquisitions, right to buy sales, and...

  • Support for London’s rough sleepers [1]

    How much of the additional £10 million in funding for extra support to help protect rough sleepers and renters from the effects of the coronavirus crisis, announced on 8 January 2021 by the...

  • Support for London’s rough sleepers [2]

    One of the recommendations in the London Assembly Housing Committee letter to you, after its review of affordable home ownership in March 2020, was that you: “should urgently expand...

  • Contracting of Private Companies to Support Building Control Sign-Off

    Can you confirm reports that the GLA is using a contracted private company to support applicants to the Building Safety Fund in getting the building control sign-off required for remedial works?...

  • Role of the Crossrail High Level Forum and Crossrail Planning Forum

    What role will the Crossrail High Level Forum and the Crossrail Planning Forum continue to play in the oversight of Crossrail at a Borough level?

  • Support for the Relocation of Displaced Traders at Elephant and Castle

    I understand that the displaced market traders at Elephant and Castle have had productive discussions with Southwark Council around alternative spaces but that there are still unresolved issues,...

  • Changes to Healthcare Provision in Met Custody Suites (2)

    An advertisement for Custody Nurse Practitioner roles in the Met specifically states – “You won’t always have a team to call on or a doctor to consult.” Given the...

  • Increase in Online Child Sexual Abuse and Imagery

    The Chief Executive of the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) recently warned that children were at greater risk of being approached or groomed by strangers online than ever before and this has been...

  • Boundary Charge (2)

    What impact would you expect a £3.50 - £5.50 boundary charge to have on those businesses which rely on customers driving to them from outside Outer London?

  • Boundary Charge (1)

    What assessment has TfL done on the extent to which London businesses – particularly Outer London businesses - rely on customers from outside of London driving to them?

  • Work & Health Programme

    How has your support for the Work & Health Programme resulted in better integration with skills provision in London?

  • Flexible Support Funds (1)

    How has your call on the Government to make use of Flexible Support Funds been advantageous for disadvantaged Londoners?

  • Covid Marshalls (1)

    Given we have Covid Marshalls on TfL rail, do you have plans to put them on the rest of the Transport network?

  • Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm (2)

    Question 2020/3631 stated that, "Commission members are being recruited through an open selection process to provide independent input, expertise and challenge." Can you confirm that you are...

  • Immigration Enforcers

    Are you concerned about London’s landlords becoming de facto immigration enforcers with right to rent checks after Brexit? What discussions, if any, have you had with the Government on this...

  • Update on TfL Royal Oak proposal

    Since TfL dropped the coach station proposal at Royal Oak, can we have an update on how and what TfL now intend to develop on the same site?

  • Landlord License Checker

    How many Londoners have used the Landlord Licence Checker, six months since it was introduced?

  • End of the Eviction Ban

    Do you agree that there is a need for legal aid provision for London’s renters being forced out of their properties after the eviction ban ends in March?

  • All-age careers information

    How has your all-age careers information, advice & guidance offer for London assisted Londoners of all ages?

  • Construction in London

    What effect, if any, will Brexit and the end to freedom of movement have on the construction workforce in London? And what effect will that have on your affordable house building plans?

  • Rotherhithe-Canary Wharf crossing

    Please provide an update on your plans for a fast ferry service between Rotherhithe and Canary Wharf?

  • Programmes for disadvantaged Londoners (1)

    Since the delivery of your Skills for Londoners Strategy what has, to date, been the impact of any programmes to target the most disadvantaged Londoners?

  • Bus route changes coinciding with the opening of the central section of Crossrail

    What consultations will TfL carry out during 2021 ahead of potential changes to bus routes to match travel pattern changes caused by the central opening of Crossrail?

  • Culture Seeds Funding Programme (2)

    Which London boroughs submitted bids for your Culture Seeds Funding Programme, which ones were successful, and how much were the successful bids for?

  • London universities’ drop-out rates

    What did your research, to better understand the higher drop-out rates from London universities, flag up? What measures have you since introduced to help mitigate this?

  • Tube Travel Payment Methods

    What statistics do you have for how users pay for their travel on the tube broken down by the different method of payments in % terms?

  • Bus Operator Ferry Driving and Covid-19 Risk (2)

    How many ferry drivers are working across London’s Bus Operation?

  • Safer Neighbourhood Boards (1)

    What support is being given to Safer Neighbourhood Boards to meet virtually during the Covid-19 pandemic?

  • Downloading the NHS Track and Trace Application by Met Officers and Staff

    What advice is the Met giving to officers and staff regarding downloading the NHS Track and Trace application on their work phones given officers in particular may visit several public and...

  • MPS/MOPAC Commissioning (1)

    Can you provide a breakdown of all MOPAC-specific commissioning spending for the last 3 years?

  • Zero Emissions Buses in London (4)

    Now that all twelve Low Emission Bus Zones are operational what assessment has been made of the impact they are having on air quality?

  • MPS/MOPAC Commissioning (4)

    What has been the total amount/percentage of commissioning funding carried forward to future years within MOPAC/MPS for the last 3 years?

  • Female Reoffending (2)

    Subsequent to your 2017 press release entitled "Mayor's £500,000 boost to services to tackle female reoffending", what evidence is there that the £500,000 Mayoral funding to tackle...

  • Freight Consolidation

    Please update the Assembly on what progress has been made on freight consolidation work.

  • Brexit and Policing – Letter rogatories

    How many letter rogatories have been sent to EU member states police forces by the Met since the beginning of January? How many have been accepted and how long do you expect these requests to...

  • Fuel Poverty Support Fund Update

    Can you provide an update on the operation of your £500,000 Fuel Poverty Support Fund?

  • Review of Past Taxi Exclusions

    Will the Mayor review past taxi exclusions from bus lanes to ensure correct and lawful decisions were taken?

  • Fuel Poverty Strategy for England

    What were you key asks in your response to the Fuel Poverty Strategy for England consultation? Is this response available on the GLA website?

  • Mogous Abay

    Several members of the Police and Crime Committee received communications from campaigners on behalf of Mogous Abay, who died on June 30th 1990. The pathologist's report stated that his death was...

  • Suspects identified using Prum database

    How many suspects for each of the following types of crimes have the Met identified using the Prum database in each of the last 4 years: Homicide, Rape, Burglary, Assault?

  • COVID-19 in the rough sleeping population

    During the London Assembly Housing Committee’s investigation for the report Five Steps to Build on ‘Everyone In’ in London, we heard that during the first wave of the pandemic,...

  • Covid Fines (1)

    How many fines have issued by police in Wandsworth for breaking lockdown regulations and have any £10k fines been given out?

  • ULEZ Information Campaign

    What further plans do you/TfL have to alert Londoners, who are not yet aware, of the coming introduction of the ULEZ?

  • Improvements to Air Pollution and Londoners’ health (2)

    Has assessment been made of mortality levels in London due to air pollution? Has any decline been recorded since 2016?

  • Funding to boost London economy

    Further to your press release on 15/02/18 announcing your £140m investment to boost the London economy, as a result of London’s newly won ability to keep a greater share of business...

  • Restorative Justice for Londoners (2)

    Further to the launch of Restore: London, how many Londoners affected by crime, have taken advantage of the opportunity to meet their offender at every stage of the criminal justice system?

  • Restorative Justice for Londoners (5)

    What evidence is there that Restore: London has encouraged offenders to meet their victims and to reduce reoffending?

  • Restorative Justice for Londoners (4)

    Has Restore: London encouraged more victims or witnesses to attend trials, thereby improving their effectiveness?

  • Restorative Justice for Londoners (6)

    What evidence is there that under the Restore: London initiative, having met their victim, an offender has been able to understand and come to terms with the impact of their crime and been able...

  • TfL developments size mix

    Further to your response to question 2020/2653, for each of the developments at Arnos Grove, Canons Park, Cockfosters, Colindale, Finchley Central, Harrow-on-the-Hill, High Barnet, Hounslow West,...

  • Out There Response & Rescue (1)

    How has your £3,036,916 of funding over 3 years since 2016 helped the project Out There Response & Rescue to develop a pan-London service across the 32 London boroughs delivering support...

  • Out There Response & Rescue (2)

    How has your £3,036,916 of funding in 2016 to the project Out There Response & Rescue helped, in relation to “county lines”, to mitigate the violence, gangs, criminal &...

  • Cleaner Heat Cashback Scheme (1)

    What evidence is there that your £10m boiler scrappage scheme, launched on 30/07/18, has helped small businesses to save money on their energy bills, as well as helping to improve the...

  • Cleaner Heat Cashback Scheme (2)

    How many small and medium-sized businesses in London have benefited from 30-40% cashback when replacing older, polluting boilers with new, cleaner heating systems, since the launch of your...

  • Cleaner Heat Cashback Scheme (3)

    Is there evidence that, since the launch of your Cleaner Heat Cashback Scheme in 2018, London’s workplaces have been able to significantly reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, thereby...

  • Cleaner Heat Cashback Scheme (4)

    How much of an effect, since 2018, has your Cleaner Heat Cashback Scheme had on your ambition to make London a zero-carbon city by 2050? Please provide data.

  • New Bus Route 456 Review (1)

    TfL have agreed to review the operation of the new 456 bus after it has been operational for 12 months. Residents have asked me if you will set out what review criteria will be used; for example,...

  • Counter Terrorism Police on London Buses

    How confident you are that the new transport patrols carried out by a new ‘Project Servator’ team will prevent an attack in London given a warning that investigations are at a record...

  • Online Radicalisation

    Met Police Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu has recently said that online radicalisation has got worse during the pandemic and police are really concerned about that. Will the new website...

  • Impact of Brexit Deal (3)

    Do you agree that the UK no longer being a member of Europol is a huge loss to the Met Police?

  • Skills Training for Londoners Capital Fund (5)

    How effective has the £7.2m you invested in the Mayor’s Construction Academy been? Please provide data evidencing how many people have obtained employment in the construction industry...

  • TfL Internal Audit’s decision to discontinue IA 16767 - Trams Management of Operational Risk Audit

    In your response to Question 2020/4094 you stated "All decisions whether to undertake or to discontinue an audit were taken by Transport for London Internal Audit.” On what date did TfL...

  • Safer Neighbourhood Teams in Basic Command Units

    Could you tell me: a) the number of police officers and staff in each Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) in each London borough in 2016, and b) the number of police officers and staff now in 2021 (or...

  • Rephasing of traffic lights on the A316

    I have received reports that insufficient traffic is allowed to enter the A316 from Hospital Bridge Road, creating significant issues from Percy Road and Powdermill Lane. When was an examination...

  • Step free access plans at Burnt Oak, Northolt and Hanger Lane

    Burnt Oak, Northolt and Hanger Lane underground stations were scheduled to have step free access delivered last year, but work is currently “paused.” Please provide an update on the...

  • Healthy Streets schemes

    In answer to Question 2021/0084 you stated that: “A number of other Healthy Streets schemes were similarly paused in 2020, while TfL focused on the rapid delivery of my London Streetspace...

  • ULEZ Heavy Vehicles Scrappage Scheme

    How many older more polluting heavy vehicles have been scrapped using the Heavy Vehicle Scrappage scheme? Please provide a breakdown by age and type of vehicle.

  • PM2.5 and the Environment Bill (3)

    The last twelve months have been incredibly challenging for the wellbeing and health of Londoners. How important is it for our health that the Government put into law the WHO targets on PM2.5?

  • Green Homes Grants and London (1)

    How much of the £0.5 billion GHGLAD (Green Homes Grant: Local authority delivery scheme) funding was provided to London?

  • PM2.5 and the Environment Bill (1)

    Your work has brought significant improvements to the air quality in London over the last four years. What impact will the Government’s delay in bringing the Environment Bill to parliament...

  • Electric Vehicle Charging Points (1)

    How many publicly accessible electric vehicle charging points are there currently across London? Please provide a breakdown by borough separating the numbers of rapid and standard charging points.

  • Income from Oyster and contactless payment

    What would be the estimated extra income that would have been generated by TfL for each year since the start of 2018 if every journey paid for by Oyster had instead been made by contactless payment?

  • Dial-a-Ride booking system

    Further to your answer to Question 2020/4267 on intended improvements to the new booking and scheduling system for users of Dial-a-Ride, will the new booking system be able to recognise group...

  • Solar energy for London

    Since the launch of your £34m Energy for Londoners Scheme in 2018, how far away are you now from achieving your goal for 1GW of London’s energy to be generated by solar by 2030?

  • Parks police

    Have the MPS considered granting parks police the office of special constable to ensure they can make arrests and tackle crime outside of their jurisdiction?

  • Office-space protection (4)

    Since your new office-space protection for new business launch in London in 2016, please provide details of your progress on seeking & implementing changes to permitted development rights, in...

  • Bus Drivers and PPE

    Can you assure me that all drivers on London buses are satisfactorily equipped with the necessary personal protective equipment to enable them to carry out their jobs safely?

  • Creative Enterprise Zones (2)

    In which three London locations have your Creative Enterprise Zones been delivered? What was the criteria for choosing those locations?

  • Creative Land Trust (1)

    Are the creative workspaces, derived from the Creative Land Trust, located in all London boroughs?

  • Creative Land Trust (2)

    What is your progress in ensuring that more creative workspaces in London have secure freeholds?

  • Culture Infrastructure Plan

    How will new transport policies in the capital impact on culture/heritage places & spaces?

  • New cultural vision for the river

    How has the Covid-19 pandemic impacted your cultural vision for the Thames River? In view of the economic damage caused by the pandemic, is it anticipated that your cultural vision will be...

  • Heritage plans & spaces at risk

    Has your work with Historic England & the Heritage Lottery Fund identified heritage places & spaces at risk in London? What has been done to recognise & protect them?

  • LGBT+ Venues Charter (2)

    Has there been support for the LGBT+ Venues Charter in London from developers, pubs & venues in all London boroughs? If not, which boroughs have not signed up?

  • Hate Crime (1)

    To ask the Mayor if Brexit and Covid-19 have caused a hate crime 'spike’ in the Metropolitan Police District?

  • Child Houses (3)

    How have the new Child Houses helped to fill in the gaps in medical & emotional aftercare provided to young people & children? Please provide evidence.

  • Sustainable Transport and Covid-19

    With concerns about the H69/V70 strain of Covid-19 rising, what reassurance can you give to Londoners that sustainable forms of transport are safe as well as vital to a better recovery from the...

  • UN Women's Safer Cities & Safe Public Spaces Initiative

    Since your £44m investment in 2018 to make London a safer place for women & girls, has London now achieved accreditation to the UN Women’s Safer Cities & Safe Public Spaces...

  • Functional Body Boards (1)

    Can you provide full membership lists of all GLA functional body boards?

  • Tube Noise engineering solutions

    What further work has TfL been doing to look at engineering and product solutions for tube noise?

  • West Central Air Quality

    Please provide me with all of TfL’s air quality readings across the West Central constituency over the last 12 months.

  • Police helicopters

    For each month from October 2018 to September 2020, please can you provide the number of times a police helicopter was deployed over Westminster, the length of each deployment and the reasons for...

  • Crossrail (2)

    When will trial running for Crossrail finally be complete?

  • PLACE update

    Is PLACE (Pan-London Accommodation Collaborative Enterprise), the scheme for London boroughs to use modular housing units to increase the supply of high-quality, temporary accommodation options...

  • Leasing of vacant social rent homes by housing associations

    Currently, housing associations lease social rent voids to councils at Local Housing Allowance (LHA) rates instead of at social rents, which increases tenants’ rents and the cost to...

  • Developers of buildings with unsafe cladding

    In your answer to my question 2020/4315, you told me that the majority of building owners your officers are in touch with were due to have begun remediation work by the end of 2020. Can you tell...

  • Mayor’s Action plan for improving transparency, accountability and trust in policing (2)

    Your new Action Plan says: “MOPAC will scrutinise the MPS (Metropolitan Police Service) to ensure that Authorised Professional Practice (APP) is followed around searches based on multiple...

  • London Sustainable Drainage Action Plan

    Your Sustainable Drainage Action Plan had a final action which was to produce an annual monitoring report. On your webpage summarising the action plan, published 13 December 2016, it was stated...

  • Signalling failures

    For each year of your mayoralty, please provide details of how many tube signal failures there have been on each TfL line.

  • Boundary charge (1)

    When will TfL’s feasibility study on the proposed boundary charge be published?

  • Boundary charge (2)

    Aside from the future TfL feasibility study on the proposed boundary charge, what initial assessment have you made on who would be affected by these plans?

  • Boundary charge (3)

    When do you envisage the full public consultation for the boundary charge to take place, and how long is it due to last?

  • Crossrail (1)

    How many Network Rail Crossrail stations are still yet to be completed?

  • Pre-trial running activity on Crossrail

    When is pre-trial running activity on Crossrail likely to be completed and how are you addressing signalling and train software issues that were identified before Christmas?

  • Office-space protection (1)

    Since your press release dated 03/06/16, entitled “Mayor announces new office-space protection for new business”, could you please demonstrate how your subsequent amendments to the...

  • Cash Payments on London Underground

    In May 2020, TfL stopped accepting cash payments temporarily at 200 of the 262 London Underground stations. What plans do you have to return to cash payments in these stations and will you...

  • Office-space protection (3)

    Following on from the launch of your new office-space protection for new business in 2016, please outline which schemes have since provided linked affordable housing & business space in new...

  • Bus Hopper (2)

    What has been the cost of the Hopper fare for 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20 and the estimate for 2020/21?

  • Bus Hopper (1)

    Following MQ 2019/20121 can you provide final year figures for 2019/20 and figures for 2020/21 to date?

  • Affordable Housing and Viability Supplementary Planning Guidance (4)

    On the back of the launch of your Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) in 2018, please detail which London councils have since made use of your expert viability team, in instances of developers...

  • Affordable Housing & Viability Supplementary Planning Guidance (3)

    Please advise as to how many housing developments on public land in the capital have, since the launch of your Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) in 2018, been comprised of at least 50%...

  • Analysis of collisions in Kensington and Chelsea

    The Kensington High Street bike lane was first proposed in 2008. Councillors in Kensington and Chelsea have repeatedly said that they consider the views of their residents more important than...

  • Speed Compliance Tool (1)

    The Speed Compliance Tool is your interim alternative to Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) to control the speed of buses. What is the extent of the usage of this tool and can you provide a...

  • Intelligent Speed Assistance (2)

    Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) is a core part of your bus safety standard. How many buses in London now have ISA fitted, what proportion of the fleet does this cover, and how many do you...

  • Supporting London’s musicians post-Brexit

    Recently The Independent reported that the Government has misled the UK music industry over the issue of visa-free travel for musicians to/from the EU. It was in fact the UK Government who...

  • Speed Compliance Tool (2)

    The Speed Compliance Tool is your interim alternative to Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) to control the speed of buses. Given that operators such as Uber are publishing data that shows they...

  • Rent controls

    In my research into the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the financial health of Londoners, the problem that Universal Credit and Local Housing Allowance doesn’t cover the cost of...

  • Financial impacts of the coronavirus crisis

    I have been hearing from organisations including Fair Finance, Toynbee Hall and Impact on Urban Health about the impact that the coronavirus crisis is having on the financial health of Londoners....

  • Ward panels

    The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham plans to disband Ward Panels, will you intervene to save this vital link to the community?

  • Letter from TfL Commissioner to Bus Operators re ’Special Leave for Vulnerable Bus Drivers'

    In your response to 2021/0130, you appear to suggest that the Transport Commissioner hasn’t received any formal written confirmation from Bus Operators that they’ve agreed to his...

  • Criminal exploitation of children

    The report ‘Still not safe’ published in February 2021 states that 1 in 25 youths are at risk of exploitation. To tackle the consequences of criminal exploitation and serious violence...

  • Bayonne Estate CCTV

    Will the Mayor intercede with the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham who appear not to be maintaining CCTV within and adjacent to the Bayonne Estate, which is fuelling criminality?

  • Battersea Bridge Crossings

    Including step-by-step details, what is the timetable for TfL making Battersea Bridge safe to cross?

  • Inclusion London

    What measures are you taking in response to Inclusion London's report “Locked Down and Abandoned: Disabled People’s Experiences of Covid-19"?

  • Outstanding warrants

    For December 2018, December 2019 and December 2020, how many outstanding warrants did the MPS have?

  • Police Staff Investigators

    Please can you provide the number of Police Staff Investigators employed by the Met, broken down by area of investigation? What is the target number for each area of investigation?

  • LGBT+ Venues Charter (1)

    Which developers, pubs & venues in London have shown their commitment to the LGBT+ community, by signing up to the LGBT+ Venues Charter?

  • Support culture at risk (2)

    In what areas of London are the sectors helped by your support for culture at risk in London?

  • Post-16 Pathways

    How has the research that analysed the pathways young people from different backgrounds in London pursue post-16, informed your holistic & strategic approach to skills in London? How...

  • Availability of AEB

    How are you ensuring that the devolved Adult Education Budget (AEB) continues to be made available to those Londoners who need it most?

  • Culture Seeds Funding Programme (1)

    How effective was your Culture Seeds Funding Programme?

  • Culture-led approach to dementia

    How has your culture-led approach to working with people living with dementia in London made cultural institutions across the capital more dementia friendly?

  • Culture Seeds Funding Programme (3)

    Which community-led cultural projects in London boroughs have benefitted from your Culture Seeds Funding Programme?

  • Support culture at risk (1)

    What sectors have been helped by your support for culture at risk in London?

  • Cultural Infrastructure Plan

    How is your Cultural Infrastructure Plan protecting & increasing cultural facilities in London?

  • Cost of Brexit to the Met

    Please provide an estimate of how much money has been spent by the Met police on preparing to leave the European Union, including putting in place contingency measures to cover the loss of...

  • Budget cuts since 2010

    Please provide the cumulative cost of cuts to the Met’s budget since 2010 as well as those to come by the end of the financial year 2022/23.

  • Covid-19 fines and arrests

    Please advise how many fines and arrests have been made for breaches of Covd-19 related restrictions in each of the following: October 2020, November 2020, December 2020, January 2021 to date....

  • Tier 4 travel fines and arrests

    Please advise how many people have been a) arrested b) fined for breaching the Tier 4 Covid-19 restrictions relating to travelling out of London.

  • Congestion Charge changes

    Please state how much the Congestion Charge has raised in revenue since the temporary changes were introduced on the 22 June 2020. Please also state how much revenue was raised over exactly the...

  • Stop and search disciplinary action

    How many Met police officers have received formal or informal disciplinary action, or been dismissed, as a result of a stop and search incident in each of the last four years?

  • Mayor’s Air Quality Fund (2)

    To ensure that the number of zero emission capable taxis increases throughout 2021, will you consider using some of the Mayor’s Air Quality Fund to provide reduced or free electric charging...

  • Fuel Poverty Partnership (2)

    What have been the key successes of your London Fuel Poverty Partnership?

  • TfL Salaries

    What is the total amount of money earned by TfL employees earning over £100,000, each year since 2015/16 up until 2019/20?

  • Green Homes Grants and London (2)

    How much of the £0.5 billion GHGLAD (Green Homes Grant: Local authority delivery scheme) funding provided to London has now been allocated? Please provide a breakdown of allocation across...

  • Improvements to Air Pollution and Londoners’ health (1)

    What assessment has been made of the impact of your measures to address London’s air quality on the health of Londoners?

  • Covid-19 and Bus Garages

    Following up on Question 2020/1722, can you assure the Assembly that Phase 2 of the UCL research will establish the number of COVID infections, hospitalisations and deaths by bus garage week by...

  • Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm (1)

    Who conducted the interviews for the members of the Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm?

  • Fuel Poverty Partnership (3)

    How will you support families impacted by Covid-19 and forced to make difficult choices, including whether they can afford to heat their homes, during the next few months?

  • ULEZ Information in Car Dealerships

    Has any work taken place with car dealerships to make sure that they don’t sell non-compliant vehicles, or at least inform buyers that they are buying a non-compliant ULEZ vehicle?

  • Bus Operator Ferry Driving and Covid-19 Risk (5)

    Is the driving compartment used by ferry drivers sealed from Bus Drivers?

  • Unite the Union’s suspension of Arriva’s BAME Health & Safety Representatives

    In your response to Question 2020/2529, you state that Unite the Union’s decisions to suspend 7 BAME Health and Safety Representatives working for Arriva during the height of the pandemic...

  • Eco refurbishments

    Since your £34m Energy for Londoners Scheme launch in 2018, how many “eco refurbishments” have been carried out via the Energy Leap project? Please provide evidence that these...

  • Fuel Poverty Partnership

    Since your injection of £34m into your Energy for Londoners Scheme in 2018, how successful has the Fuel Poverty Partnership been in delivering long-term solutions to help Londoners out of...

  • Community Energy Fund

    Following on from the launch of your £34m Energy Scheme for Londoners in 2018, what has the uptake been for your Community Energy Fund? What is the evidence that this has assisted local...

  • CS8 Streetspace Programme

    Will you ensure that the CS8 Streetspace programme includes proper engagement with the several thousand residents and businesses which live and work in the vicinity?

  • Victims' Code of Practice

    What were the findings of the complete review of adherence to the Victims’ Code of Practice, funded by your £44m commitment in 2018 to make London safe for women & girls?

  • London-wide referral service

    Following on from your “Mayor’s £34m Energy for Londoners Scheme” press release on 21/01/18, how effective has the London-wide referral service you funded been, so that...

  • Free Home Energy Improvements

    Further to your press release dated 21/01/18, entitled “Mayor’s £34m Energy for Londoners’ Scheme”, what is the evidence that 335,000 households living in fuel...

  • Assaults Against TfL Staff

    Presenting the data monthly for Nov 19 to Oct 20 please can you provide the number of times TFL staff were: • Attacked? • Threatened with a knife/bladed article? • Injured by a...

  • Office-space protection (2)

    Further to the launch of your new office-space protection for new business in 2016, please detail the new spaces for small businesses, the creative industries, artists and the fashion industry -...

  • Thames Barrier pedestrian and cycle bridge

    What consideration is TfL giving to the proposal for a 530-metre multi-span, double-leaf bascule bridge immediately next to the Thames Barrier?

  • Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf ferry

    Further to question 2020/2555 when do you expect clarity of TfL’s finances will be reached to finally enable development on proposals for a Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf ferry?

  • Planning application of land east of Montford Place

    What assurances can you provide local residents that the proposed planning application to the east of Montford Place, as set out in this planning application report by Lambeth Council...

  • Payments to the Canary Wharf Group for delayed opening of Crossrail

    What would be the compensation payments that Crossrail would have to pay to the Canary Wharf for each month in 2022 that Canary Wharf Crossrail station is not connected to the Crossrail line?

  • April 2020 Tripartite Agreement between TfL, Bus Operators and Unite the Union

    When will you provide me with the documentation you promised to send me in your 5 October response to Question 2020/2701?

  • Fuel Poverty Partnership (1)

    What work has been the Fuel Poverty Partnership been undertaking to address rising incidences of fuel poverty across London?

  • Green Homes Grants and London (4)

    The Government’s Green Homes Grants to householders could complement the work of your Green New Deal recovery mission. To your knowledge how is the roll out of these vouchers going? Do you...

  • Temporary Reduction in Service Enfield Town and Bush Hill Park

    How long do you estimate there being a reduction in the peak service on the London Overground between Enfield Town and Bush Hill Park?

  • TfL Discussions of Covid-19 Risk Assessments

    Please provide me with copies of all documentation (emails, directives, decisions and handwritten notes) pertaining to TfL’s discussions—with Bus Operators, Unite the Union and, if...

  • Fuel Poverty Partnership (5)

    Who are the current members of the London Fuel Poverty Partnership? Will you be reviewing membership in the forthcoming year?

  • Fuel Poverty Partnership (4)

    Can you provide an update on your Fuel Poverty Action Plan for London commitment to a new programme on Benefit Entitlement Check for fuel poor Londoners?

  • Covid-19 Risk Assessments for Bus Depots/Garages

    Please provide me with copies of the current approved Covid-19 Risk Assessment for each TfL Bus Depot/Garage.

  • Affordable Housing & Viability Supplementary Planning Guidance (2)

    Please advise as to how many housing developments on private land in London have, since the launch of your Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) in 2018, met your threshold of delivering 35%...

  • Fuel Poverty Partnership Minutes

    The last available minutes of your London Fuel Poverty Partnership are dated May 2019. Have any further meetings taken place, and if so, can the papers from these meetings be posted on the LFPP...

  • Funeral Costs and COVID-19

    Funeral Expenses Payments are limited to people on certain means-tested benefits excludes some groups, most notably those with no recourse to public funds (NRPF) conditions and undocumented...

  • First Dibs

    Following MQ 2020/3532 are you in a position to confirm the date when the first dibs review will begin?

  • TfL’s Lack of Data on Bus Workers hospitalised or on Long-Term Sick Leave as a result of Covid-19 Infections (1)

    Given your admission in responses to Questions 2020/2535 and 2020/2536 that TfL had no data on both the number of Bus Workers hospitalised or on Long Term Sick Leave as a result of Covid-19...

  • TfL Housing Commitment

    When do you think TfL will start on site with the 10,000 homes to be built over 300 acres of its land?

  • Collective Strategic Investment

    Since the retention of 100% business rate growth from April 2018 & your subsequent £140m investment to boost the London economy, please detail how the “Collective Strategic...

  • Metropolitan Police Service and the private sector facial recognition technology

    Following up on a request made in the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee on 3 July 2019, could you confirm whether the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) planned to collaborate with...

  • Victim Right of Review

    For 2020/4188, could you provide updated data to to include November and further for the same period mentioned (June 2020 to Nov 2020) please provide the number of successful VRRs

  • 999 Response Times

    Please provide the average Metropolitan Police response times for 999 calls categorised as i) I grade, ii) S grade iii) E grade and iv) R grade in 2020. Please provide a breakdown by i) month,...

  • Supporting the Children's Commissioner

    What specifically have you done to support the excellent work of the Children’s Commissioner?

  • Potholes on TfL Roads

    Please update the Assembly on all pothole statistics on TfL roads for each year from 2016 to 2021 inclusive.

  • Adult Education Improvements

    You have now been responsible for adult education in London since April 2019 with a total budget of £625 million. What exactly have you achieved in terms of outcomes in this vital area of...

  • TfL Pension Fund

    I was most concerned to learn on 24 December 2020 that the pension fund operated by Transport for London has placed more than £25 million with Tencent, a Chinese technology company that the...

  • Police and the Coronavirus (2)

    How many Metropolitan Police officers have died from Covid-19?

  • Police Officers and PPE

    Can you assure me that all police officers, police specials, police community support officers and non-police support staff are satisfactorily equipped with the necessary personal protective...

  • TfL Consultations

    Are there any TfL public consultations you are willing to now undertake a year into Covid, using online tools, rather than wait until Covid is over?

  • Covid-19 Policing

    Do you consider that the actions of the Metropolitan Police with respect to Covid-19 have been proportionate to its severity?

  • My Local Bobby

    I note that TM Eye, which runs ‘My Local Bobby’ has successfully prosecuted Nicholas Richards, who has more than 50 previous convictions for shoplifting, after officers from the...

  • LLDC – Construction

    I appreciate that construction works continue around and on the Park. However, can you confirm the state of current delay in completion targets due to the pandemic and any cost implications...

  • LLDC – ‘Towers of Privilege’

    In August 2017 referring to the future of the LLDC I asked you if you were sympathetic to the view that the LLDC’s planning powers could be handed back ahead of the planned period of 2030...

  • LLDC – Park Venues

    Whilst I appreciate that many of the venues are currently closed, can you please indicate what recovery plans you have for gradual opening of the venues and particularly their use by local...

  • Body worn video footage release (3)

    In an internal Met memo seen by the Guardian, it reported that footage captured by body-worn cameras recorded examples of “poor communication, a lack of patience, [and] a lack of...

  • Vexatious complaints and harassment

    In relation to the below article, are you concerned that a woman is seemingly being harassed by Tower Hamlets Council based on what appears to be vexatious complaints, and that the Met have...

  • Outcome 21

    For each of the years November 2018 to October 2019 and November 2019 to October 2020, please can you provide the number of Met `outcome 21’ categorisation offences broken down by offences...

  • TfL’s failure to report cancellation of IA 16767 to Audit and Assurance Committee

    Following up on your partial response to Question 2021/4627 (“Discontinued Internal Audits from 1 January 2014 to present”) and your failure to respond to Question 2020/4626...

  • ACCT NOx Emission Reduction System

    What evaluation has TfL made of the potential benefits of the ACCT NOx emission reduction system?

  • Dean Street ticket hall at Crossrail Tottenham Court Road station

    Further to my question 2020/3268 you stated: “The investigations into the Tottenham Court Road station roof slab leaks are ongoing, and the root cause is yet to be determined. It is not...

  • Hammersmith & Fulham Policing and Crime Commission Report 2

    In the Hammersmith & Fulham Policing and Crime Commission Report, Hammersmith and Fulham Council acknowledged that the relationship between the council, police, MOPAC and residents has broken...

  • Wearing of face masks on buses

    Since TfL began enforcement activity on 4 July 2020 on the wearing of face masks on public transport please state the enforcement action specifically taken in relation to buses, showing figures...

  • Covid-19 Fines

    Please update us on the number of covid fines issued by the Met Police and TfL to date?

  • HS2 non-disclosure agreement

    I understand that the GLA and Transport for London (TfL) have signed a non-disclosure agreement with High Speed Two limited (HS2). Can you explain the limitations of this agreement, and indicate...

  • Winter snow and ice removal (1)

    The Walking and Cycling Commissioner heralded a new gritter, Chris Gritty, as part of the machinery necessary to support London’s cycle network on Friday 5 February. However, it seems from...

  • Oxford Street district

    Through the pandemic, Westminster Council has made changes to widen pavements on Regent Street, ahead of work on Oxford Street, which may be similar in scope. What discussions have you had with...

  • Affordable homes

    How many affordable houses have you completed in each year since 2016/17 and to date?

  • Winter snow and ice removal (3)

    What are the chemicals Transport for London (TfL) is using to grit and de-ice London’s transport network, and what quantities of each chemical has been used in each of the past five winters?

  • Good growth by Design

    Will you be reviewing your ‘good growth by design’ programme in light of Covid-19, including your High Streets and Town Centres adaptive strategies report?

  • GLA Population Yield Calculator

    The GLA Population Yield Calculator is used for estimating the number of children and young people to be housed in estates and is particularly important for estimating the amount of space...

  • Bus and Tube Frequency

    Do you accept that the frequency of some bus and Tube services pre-7am and post-8pm may well be increased or reduced in the coming months?

  • The New London Plan

    After a year of delays, The Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government finally approved the London Plan on Friday 29th January 2021. What will be the impact of the two...

  • New parks in London

    In answer to my question 2020/4490, you outlined that “there are very few opportunities to create large areas of new public open space based on traditional parks and green spaces.”...

  • New Proposed Permitted development right, Class E to C3 Residential (1)

    Will you be doing an impact assessment of the proposals in this consultation?

  • New Proposed Permitted development right, Class E to C3 Residential (2)

    What do stakeholders think of the proposals in this consultation?

  • MPS/MOPAC Commissioning (2)

    Can you provide a breakdown of all MPS commissioning spending for the last 3 years?

  • New Bus Route 456 Review (2)

    In respect of TfL’s 12-month review of bus route 456, will TfL make public any monitoring information it is using in a timely manner? How will residents be able to access and monitor...

  • 456 Bus Stops

    What consultation has been carried out with local residents regarding the location of new bus stops among the new route 456 bus? Will you ensure that TfL works in partnership with Enfield Council...

  • Housing

    Will you ban unaffordable penthouses from all GLA funded schemes?

  • TfL Land (1)

    How many homes have been started on TfL land since April 2020? Please provide a breakdown by site.

  • TfL Land (2)

    How many homes have been completed on TfL land since May 2016? Please provide a breakdown by site.

  • Affordable housing targets

    Given that you now plan to start 10,300 GLA-funded affordable homes in the financial year 2020/21, what are your targets for starting the remaining 46,740 funded homes in the financial years...

  • Housing restarts

    How many GLA-funded affordable homes started between April and September 2020 were restarts from a previous year? Please provide a breakdown of these by the financial year when the original start...

  • Waking Watch Relief Fund (2)

    When do you expect the GLA to begin delivery of London’s portion of the Waking Watch Relief Fund?

  • Waking Watch Relief Fund (1)

    Are there any outstanding areas of discussion between yourself and the Government regarding the delivery of London’s portion of the Waking Watch Fund?

  • Adult Education Recovery Fund

    Your Adult Education Recovery Fund is being launched this month. A) How long before applicants are notified of successful funding? And B) when will providers receive this funding?

  • Adult Education

    Your Adult Education Budget caters for those aged 19+. Are you concerned about those Londoner’s aged 16-19 falling through the cracks of the pandemic and if so, what are you doing as Mayor...

  • Adult Education Budget

    Will you be continuing to fully fund year-long level 3 qualifications for unemployed Londoners and those in low pay?

  • Black curriculum

    What work is the London Curriculum doing to ensure teaching of the “Black Curriculum” is included by schools in online lessons during lockdown?

  • Brexit on London’s music industry (2)

    Are you lobbying the Government for changes to the current arrangements with the EU for musicians?

  • Brexit on London’s music industry (1)

    The music industry has raised concerns at the impact of the Brexit deal on their work. What is the impact of the current Brexit deal going to have on London’s music scene, particularly in...

  • Digital divide

    What programmes are in place at the GLA to support Londoners without access to a digital device or internet connection?

  • EWS1 changes (2)

    Recent reports state that RICS is consulting on the use of EWS1 forms, particularly where there is no cladding visible on a high-rise building. Given that London has a high proportion of the...

  • Arrest and Fine of Mayoral Candidate in London Bridge Street

    A highly irregular incident occurred on Sunday 24th January, when City of London Police attended a political campaign recording in the Borough of Southwark. This was on London Bridge Street....

  • London’s Private Housing Sector

    In recent weeks, it has been reported by a number of newspapers and media outlets that during the Coronavirus pandemic London has lost anywhere between half a million and more than a million...

  • Questioning of Mayoral Candidate in London Bridge Street

    Do you know why a City of London Police officer asked a London Mayoral candidate for permits for filming on a public street within the jurisdiction of the Metropolitan Police?

  • Breathe London sensors in bus depots

    Your announcement on 14 December 2020 stated that it was for community groups, charities and boroughs to ‘buy in’ to the Breathe London network. One of the first hotspots of concern...

  • Bus driver toilets programme completion (2)

    Thank you for your answer to my question 2019/17408, in which you said that bus driver toilets still to be installed would be provided as permanent facilities by Spring 2020. I appreciate that...

  • EWS1 changes (1)

    Recent reports state that RICS is consulting on the use of EWS1 forms, particularly where there is no cladding visible on a high-rise building. Is this a reasonable action, given what we are...

  • Children on the Metropolitan Police Service Merlin database

    The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation into the stop and search of Ms Bianca Williams and Mr Ricardo Dos Santos found that their three-month-old child had been added to...

  • Streetspace Budget

    How much of the Streetspace budget have you spent and how much remains?

  • Devolved AEB

    How has the devolved Adult Education Budget (AEB) made London adult learning provision more accessible & flexible? What is the evidence that disadvantaged Londoners have benefitted & in...

  • Early Years Hubs

    How has your continued funding for Early Years Hubs in London assisted the most disadvantaged families to obtain improved access, affordability & quality of early years’ provision?

  • Adult Education Budget (AEB) (1)

    Please demonstrate how you have managed to ensure that the devolved Adult Education Budget (AEB) has become adept at meeting the needs of Londoners attempting to improve their skills?

  • Adult Education Budget (AEB) (2)

    Please detail how the AEB has been delivering flexible, inclusive & integrated skills & training provision for Londoners

  • Flexible Support Funds (2)

    In which boroughs have disadvantaged Londoners benefitted from the Government’s better use of Flexible Support Funds?

  • Local first” approach

    How has your support for London Councils calling for a “local first” approach improved Londoners’ skills?

  • Maths for Londoners

    How have you increased the participation & progression outcome in the provision of maths for Londoners?

  • Digital Skills Entitlement for Londoners

    How successful has your provision of a digital skills entitlement for Londoners been? Is there evidence that Londoners of all ages have benefitted?

  • Adult Education Budget (AEB) (3)

    How has the AEB’s prioritisation of need improved progressive outcomes, employability & enterprise & skills for Londoners?

  • ESOL for Londoners

    How has your identification of new & more diverse sources of investment & innovative approaches to ESOL increased the participation & progression outcomes in the provision of English...

  • Domestic abuse social media campaign spending

    Please advise how much has been spent on Domestic Abuse social media campaigns by a) the mayor and/or MOPAC and b) the Met in each of the last 4 years. If possible, please also advise the dates...

  • Waking Watch Relief Fund (1)

    Do you anticipate the Government’s Waking Watch Relief Fund will reduce the workload of LFB?

  • Delicensing fund for taxis

    How much of the £42 million delicensing fund to encourage the update of zero-emission capable taxis has been allocated? Please also state the current number of applications that TfL has not...

  • London Overground services on Boxing Day

    Despite a TfL press release on the 18 March 2016 referring to the London Overground stating that “Under the new concession, customers on some routes will benefit from extended operating...

  • Police Officers (3)

    What is the cost of a full-time police officer, and for a police constable?

  • City Hall holds Met & justice partners to account

    The above referenced press release, dated 27.06.16, advised that regular public meetings were to be held going forward, so that the MPS & criminal justice partners would be held to account;...

  • MPS Job Titles

    For the MPS, how many job roles have at least one of the words, equality, diversity or inclusion in the job title broken down by pay grade?

  • Decentralised Energy Enabling Project

    As a component of your 2018 £34m Energy Scheme for Londoners, what is the success to date, of the £35m Decentralised Energy Enabling Project in making London cleaner & smarter?...

  • Covid Fines (2)

    How many fines have issued by police in Merton for breaking lockdown regulations and have any £10k fines been given out?

  • Violence Reduction Unit Mentoring programme

    Please provide a breakdown of how many children at Pupil Referrals Units in each of the 30 boroughs will receive mentoring as part of the Violence Reduction Unit’s project.

  • Immigration enforcement hotline

    How many reports has the Met made to the Crimestoppers Immigration enforcement hotline in each of the last 4 years?

  • Skills for Londoners Strategy (2)

    Following on from your press release announcing your £25m investment to help build the workforce for London’s future on 07/02/18, please provide details of how your Skills for...

  • National Command and Control Unit immigration calls

    How many calls to the National Command and Control Unit has the Met made in each of the last four years? If possible, please provide the reason for the call i.e. to report an immigration offender.

  • Illegal gatherings

    How many illegal gatherings in breach of coronavirus legislation have the Met broken up in each month since March 2020?

  • Young Londoners' Fund (3)

    Since the launch of your £45m Young Londoners Fund in 2018, please detail how the fund has helped to provide services supporting and helping young people in London to develop, particularly...

  • Young Londoners' Fund (2)

    Further to the launch of your £45m Young Londoners Fund in 2018, could you please outline how disadvantaged & vulnerable young people in London – particularly those at risk of...

  • Young Londoners' Fund (1)

    Further to your press release dated 13/02/18 entitled “Mayor announces a brand new £45m fund to help young Londoners”, could you detail how sport, culture, citizenship,...

  • Knife Crime Prevention Orders

    Since 6th April, how many Knife Crime Prevention Orders have issued by the MPS?

  • Motoring fines and postal delays

    What consideration has the MPS taken of the issuing of fines for motorists by post in regard to the recent issues with Royal Mail deliveries? Have any fines been cancelled, if so, how many?

  • Doorstep thefts

    For each year 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020, how many doorstep thefts of packages were recorded by the MPS?

  • PM2.5 and the Environment Bill (2)

    How will setting targets on PM2.5 help the Government to reach the 68% reduction in annual carbon emissions by 2030 that it committed to ahead of the COP26 talks later this year?

  • Independent Custody Visitors (5)

    What preparatory work is being undertaken within MOPAC and the Met to ensure in-person ICV visits can take place again as soon as it is safe to do so?

  • Independent Custody Visitors (4)

    Will MOPAC and the Met work to improve communications with ICVs, especially on important information such as custody suites that may be closed?

  • Independent Custody Visitors (1)

    There are concerns over the way the Independent Custody Visitors scheme is being managed in certain parts of London. Given the understandable challenges the pandemic has presented, is MOPAC...

  • Tackling Vaccine Fraud

    How are you working with the Met, the NHS in London and others to tackle the concerning issue of vaccine fraud, including the offering of false appointments to steal personal and financial...

  • Independent Custody Visitors (3)

    I have been made aware that concerns have been raised regarding the reliability of the ICV database software, including that it regularly times out in the middle of ICVs submitting their reports...

  • Independent Custody Visitors (2)

    Are there any dedicated staff within MOPAC dealing with ICVs and queries and engagement with ICVs and ICV Panels?

  • Using ‘Bait Bikes’ to Tackle Increasing Bicycle Thefts

    I am aware that over the last ten years the Met Police has periodically tried using the tactic of ‘bait bikes’ to catch bicycle thieves and infiltrate theft networks. Alongside an...

  • Police Estate Disposals

    On 11 December the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime told me that said she would have a list of police estate disposals for the next financial year (2021-22) “prepared by February.”...

  • Increasing Online Literacy Skills, particularly around Online Hate

    What provision are you making in your Adult Education Budget for the improvement of online literacy skills – crucially, empowering people to use a wide range of online platforms and...

  • Hammersmith and Fulham Bridge

    Could the Mayor give me an update on Hammersmith and Fulham Bridge repairs?

  • A24

    Is the recent Judgement on Streetspace leading you to reassess the A24 scheme?

  • Disabled Access

    Can you update me on disabled access improvements for all London Underground stations in Merton and Wandsworth?

  • Brexit and Policing – European Investigation orders

    How many European Investigation Orders did the Met make in each of the last 4 years? What was the average time by which the evidence requested was provided?

  • Fuel poor Families in London

    National Energy Action have recently highlighted increasing numbers of families falling into fuel poverty due to the impact of lockdowns. What research are you undertaking on the rising...

  • Brexit on London’s pubs (1)

    What is the impact of the current Brexit deal going to have on London’s pubs, particularly in the context of London’s economic recovery?

  • Fuel Poverty Action Plan

    Can you provide an update on your Fuel Poverty Action Plan commitment to provide guidance and support to boroughs on how they can legally and responsibly use data to identify households in fuel...

  • Cameras in custody suites

    Please advise what proportion of Met custody suites currently have CCTV/video cameras within them.

  • Body worn video disciplinary footage

    How many Met police officers have received formal or informal disciplinary action, or been dismissed, as a result of a body worn video footage review in each of the last four years?

  • Communal sleeping spaces

    To what extent have communal sleeping spaces been used to deliver the severe weather provision for rough sleepers this winter, and has this had an impact on rates of COVID-19 in the homeless...

  • Brexit on London’s pubs (2)

    Are you lobbying the Government for changes to the current arrangements with the EU for pubs?

  • Green House Programme

    How has the Government’s Green House Programme announced last year been delivered in Greater London?

  • Homebuilding Capacity Fund (1)

    Since the launch of your Building Council Homes for Londoners Programme in May 2018, which London councils have bid for up to £750,000, to boost their housing & planning teams? Please...

  • Mayor’s Building Council Homes for Londoners programme

    Since the launch of the Mayor’s Building Council Homes for Londoners programme in May 2018, are 10,000 new council homes currently underway in the capital and by when will they be completed?

  • Shepherd’s Bush Police Station

    Can you please give me an update on the sale of Shepherd’s Bush Police Station on Uxbridge Road?

  • Following Covid-19 Guidelines at Met Driver Training Centres

    What measures are in place at Met driver training centres across London to ensure the safety of officers and staff against the risk of Covid-19?

  • City Hall Savings

    What is the amount of costs/savings from moving City Hall to The Crystal broken down by year?

  • Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm

    How many of the 15 members of this commission are members of a political party? Please state which party and provide a breakdown.

  • New Homes Quality Board

    How will you actively work with the newly-formed New Homes Quality Board, for the benefit of Londoners?

  • Changes to Healthcare Provision in Met Custody Suites (1)

    Do you share my concerns over the continued provision of senior clinical advice and support in custody suites across London given the changes being implemented to healthcare in Met custody...

  • Functional Body Boards (2)

    Can you provide the details of all remuneration for the members of GLA functional body boards for 2019-20?

  • Rape Crisis Centre Waiting Times

    What are the current waiting times for rape victims receiving counselling services from London’s four rape crisis centres? Please also provide an update on the review you assured me MOPAC...

  • Number of Crimes Screened out in 2020

    How many crimes were screened out without further investigation within 24 hours of being reported in 2020, broken down by i) month, and ii) crime type?

  • Catalytic Converter Thefts (3)

    How many arrests have the Met made for i) the theft of catalytic converters, and ii) the trading in metals from catalytic converters since 2017? Please break this information down by i) month and...

  • Catalytic Converter Thefts (2)

    What measures are the Met taking to break the supply chain of metal from catalytic converters being re-sold?

  • Catalytic Converter Thefts (1)

    How many catalytic converter thefts have been reported to the Met for each year since 2017? Please break this information down by i) month, and ii) borough.

  • Covid Marshalls (2)

    Do you feel that the Covid Marshalls are fully enforcing their current powers?

  • Westminster Council Affordable Housing Fund

    What could be done in housing with the monies not yet spent by Westminster Council in their Affordable Housing Fund for social rent, where some £300 million exists from developer contributions?

  • TfL & Westminster Council housing requirements

    Is it acceptable for TfL not to meet Westminster Council Housing Requirements in their City Plan hearing over mixed-use policy in Central London?

  • Zero Emission Capable (ZEC) Taxis

    With plummeting values of all models, including ZECs, within the taxi fleet. Is the Mayor concerned for the uptake of new ZEC vehicles and the potential problem this will cause current manufacturers?

  • Programmes for disadvantaged Londoners (2)

    Which London boroughs have benefitted from any programmes specifically aimed at targeting the most disadvantaged Londoners?

  • TfL Employees

    Please provide a full list of the organisations that TfL have seconded employees to since May 2016? What was the total number of employees seconded and how many hours did this amount to per year...

  • Programmes for disadvantaged Londoners (3)

    How many programmes for disadvantaged Londoners have been implemented to date?

  • Post-16 SEND (1)

    What did your pan-London review of post-16 SEND highlight?

  • Post-16 SEND (2)

    How have you been filling in the gaps in education & training provision for young Londoners with SEND?

  • London Underground Performance Data Almanac

    The Almanac no longer appears at: https://tfl.gov.uk/corporate/publications-and-reports/underg round-services-performance. Can you ask TfL to put it back online or provide details of why that is...

  • Oakland’s Equity Framework

    Will the Mayor consider implementing an Equity Framework in London, as the city of Oakland, California, has done? This would track inequities in London by protected characteristics and income,...

  • CCTV cameras for East Finchley

    Further to Question No: 2020/3063: You may recall the serious problem last winter of teenagers in East Finchley being mugged in the evenings. The SNT are requesting an improvement in local CCTV...

  • VED Funds Devolution

    In order to strengthen the case for the devolution of VED funds, will you commit to spending any funds that are devolved on maintaining and improving London’s roads and on the full...

  • Hammersmith Bridge

    Will you urge LBHF to stop their foot dragging on Hammersmith Bridge repairs?

  • Stop and search training

    As part of your Action Plan, will all Met officers be required to undertake refreshed stop and search training?

  • Drug Offences

    The ONS figures for London record a 43% rise in drug offences between April and June. Please give a detailed analysis why.

  • Burglary victims

    Is it acceptable that burglary victims simply get told to complete an online form and do not have visits from the police?

  • Violence Reduction Unit (1)

    What was the cost of the GLA’s Violence Reduction Unit in the Financial Year 2019/20?

  • Advance Women Centre (1)

    In relation to your press release entitled “Mayor provides £10m for new projects to prevent serious crimes” dated 16/02/18, how has the £2,996,940 of funding given to...

  • Delivery of New London Plan & Recovery

    I’m pleased that after a long and unacceptable delay the London Plan can now shape and make a positive contribution to London. As London paves its way to recovery, will the London Plan need...

  • StreetLink

    In recent years the StreetLink app has been very useful so that members of the public could identify rough sleepers and make StreetLink aware of them. Now there is much less footfall on...

  • Green Homes Grants and London (3)

    How many Londoners have benefitted from the Green Homes Grant Voucher scheme and how does this compare to the rest of England?

  • Domestic Abuse “referred” calls

    Why has the portion of Domestic Abuse related calls marked as ‘referred’, or dealt with by the operator, increased from 12% to 17% in the last four years?

  • Annual reports from the Crossrail Complaints Commissioner

    When will the latest report by the Crossrail Complaints Commissioner be published? Please explain the reasons in the delay in publication of the latest reports?

  • Crossrail Complaints Commissioner (2)

    Will all reports that are published by the Crossrail Complaints Commissioner be treated as public documents and routinely published by TfL online in a timely and unredacted manner?

  • Mayor’s Transport Strategy commitment to increasing tram capacity

    Please state what actual increase in tram capacity has taken place since the publication of your Transport Strategy which had a commitment to upgrade the tram system to improve its reliability...

  • Policing and security post Brexit

    What concerns do you have for policing and security post Brexit?

  • Hammersmith Bridge 2

    What are the realistic current proposals for Hammersmith Bridge and what is the total cost of each one?

  • Hammersmith Bridge

    How much money has TfL and City Hall given to Hammersmith Council each year since 2008 in relation to Hammersmith Bridge? How was this money spent?

  • The Real Lettings Property Fund 2 (2)

    Based on your press release entitled "Mayor invests £15m to buy homes for homeless Londoners" in 2018, can you please give examples of "affordable" rent from these properties & details...

  • TfL Debt

    What does TfL debt currently stand at?

  • City Hall Housing Grants

    Please provide a list of all housing developers who have received grants from City Hall since May 2016 and the amount they have each received?

  • Advance Women Centre (2)

    Following on from your injection of £10m funding in 2018 to help prevent serious crimes, how has your £2,996,940 of funding for Advance Women Centre & Advance Minerva Wrap Around...

  • Police National Computer

    I note the report in The Times on 15 January 2021 that nearly 150,000 DNA, fingerprint and arrest records have been wiped off the Police National Computer (PNC). ‘Sources said that more...

  • Covid-19 and Policing

    How many Metropolitan Police officers have been fined in 2020 and 2021 for breaching Covid-19 legislation while on duty?

  • Violence Reduction Unit (2)

    In 2018, you established the Violence Reduction Unit at City Hall to bring together specialists from across the UK to tackle violent crime and its root causes. Could you quantify for me in...

  • 2015 Homelessness Link Survey

    Since the survey highlighted that those in London experience greater difficulty in moving on from hostels or B&Bs, with 51% of those ready kept waiting for 6 months, compared to 27% across...

  • Rough Sleeping Fund

    Please advise as to which projects have since benefited from your second round of grants from your Rough Sleeping Innovation Fund, announced on 01/02/18. Please demonstrate how the funding has...

  • The Real Lettings Property Fund 2 (3)

    Since your investment in 2018 of £15m to buy homes for homeless Londoners, have tenants been able to access wider support to assist them to move into training & employment? Please...

  • Creative Enterprise Zones (1)

    What have been the measurable benefits to Londoners of delivering your Creative Enterprise Zones?

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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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