London Assembly

Friday, 11 June 2021

  • Edmonton Incinerator

    Will the Mayor meet with a cross party delegation of Members of Parliament who are calling for a pause and review of the new Edmonton Incinerator scheme?

  • Health of Londoners

    What are your plans for this Mayoralty to help improve the health of Londoners?

  • Housing in London

    What challenges do you face over the next three years with regards to building affordable housing, the London Living Rent and the private rented sector in London?

  • Improving Air Quality Reporting in London

    The recent Coroner’s report on preventing future deaths like tragic death of Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debrah states that there is low public awareness of air pollution levels and stated that...

  • Violence reduction

    Since the easing of lockdown measures, there has tragically been a spate of violent murders across London. What are you doing to address this and to try and prevent a further escalation in...

  • Queen’s speech

    How will the government’s plans for the next year, as set out in the Queen’s speech, impact on the capital?

  • TfL’s Extraordinary Funding and Financing Agreement

    Please provide an update on the Extraordinary Funding and Financing Agreement for Transport for London that was due to come into effect on 19 May 2021?

  • Bexley and Bromley safety

    What is your top priority to keep the residents of Bexley and Bromley safe?

  • Crossrail (1)

    Will Crossrail be open by Christmas 2021?

  • Supporting London’s Leaseholders

    What support have you offered to London’s leaseholders caught up in the cladding scandal and how do you intend to build on this during this mayoral term?

  • Violence in London

    Following the terrible murder of schoolboy Daniel Laskos in Harold Wood, I have been contacted by constituents who are deeply concerned about violence in London. I see that the MPS have recently...

  • New Police and Crime Plan

    What will be the priorities for your new Police and Crime Plan?

  • Reaching zero carbon in London by 2030

    What new actions are you now taking to put London on course to reach zero carbon by 2030?

  • Jobs for London’s Young People

    London’s young people have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic in terms of employment; ONS statistics show that 80% of those who left the payroll were under 35 years old with...

  • Delivering Manifesto Commitments and the GLA Budget

    What are your key priorities for the next three years?

  • Facebook’s end to end encryption

    Do you agree with Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu that Facebook’s end to end encryption will cost lives (The Times, 8th May)? If so, what are you doing to persuade the social media giants...

  • Economic recovery and inequality

    How will you work to redress inequality in London as you support London’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic?

  • Congestion Charge

    In December 2020 your Deputy Mayor for Transport told the Budget and Performance Committee that “in the TfL budget the planning assumption… is that the temporary changes to the...

  • Delivering London’s Transport Strategy

    Are you confident you can find the funding to deliver your Transport Strategy?

  • Jobs, jobs, jobs

    Your campaign slogan was “jobs, jobs, jobs”. Now that you have won a successful second term as Mayor of London, how you will support jobs in the capital over the next three years?

  • The Green New Deal and Green New Jobs

    With predictions that the wind-down of the furlough scheme from July will impact on employment levels across London, how quickly can you upsize London’s green economy to deliver on your...

  • Manifesto Promises to Black Cab Drivers

    In your 2016 manifesto you promised “special privileges built in… for those who become a licensed London taxi driver.” In your 2021 manifesto your offer to black cab drivers...

  • Londoners’ safety

    What are you doing to ensure Londoners’ safety?

  • Building Safety on Public Land

    What do you consider to be your responsibility to Londoners living in unsafe buildings?

  • London Cancer Hub, Sutton

    Would you be willing to work with me to support the major regeneration, scientific and economic opportunity at The London Cancer Hub in Sutton?

What is this?

The London Assembly is a 25-member elected body, part of the Greater London Authority, that scrutinises the activities of the Mayor of London.

The London Assembly was established in 2000 and meets at City Hall on the south bank of the River Thames, close to Tower Bridge. The Assembly is also able to investigate other issues of importance to Londoners (transport, environmental matters, etc.), publish its findings and recommendations, and make proposals to the Mayor.

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