Wednesday, 11 August 2021
What are you doing to make London a single-use plastic-free city?
What are you doing to identify and fill any gaps in your mental health work programmes?
Since your introduction of the estate regeneration balloting scheme; how successful has the scheme been in giving social housing tenants and resident leaseholders a say in the future of their homes?
What are you doing to address the disproportionate high homicide rates in the black community in London?
When will your final Public London Charter be published?
Do you agree that people feeling confident that they can travel safely will be a vital part of encouraging more people back on public transport as restrictions are lifted further? If so, what is...
What work have you done to improve access to public toilets for Londoners this summer?
Are you planning to use your powers in the Greater London Authority Act to promote, oppose or request provisions in bills in Parliament during this term?
How are you working to empower the victims of modern slavery so that they have the confidence to report to the police?
Are you concerned that the Government’s Holiday Activities and Food Programme could leave some children in London hungry over the upcoming summer school holidays?
The “green person authority” trial of pedestrian crossings defaulting to a red traffic light was described in the Evening Standard as a “huge change coming to pedestrian...
How will your Recovery Mission to deliver better ‘High Streets for All’ encourage a more community focussed economy? How will this Mission support local communities to stand up to...
How has the holding the Euro 2020 Final and other Euro matches at Wembley Stadium supported London’s economic recovery?
What further action has been taken following the increase in Antisemitism in London during May?
Will there be at least two cameras on every road inside the North and South Circulars once the expanded ULEZ is in place?
What have you done since March 2020 to protect Londoners from Heathrow’s air and noise pollution?
Across the last financial year the London Fire Brigade has improved its recruitment of women and Black, Asian and minority ethnic firefighters and has reported that it has hit its targets for the...
Your manifesto committed to improving London’s network of green corridors and open spaces, connecting Londoners with green areas and improving community links. Your own Green Space...
Please can you outline recent trends in domestic abuse in London and what actions your office has taken to tackle this issue?
On Monday 19 July 2021, all restrictions relating to COVID-19 are due to be lifted across London and the country. How are City Hall and local authorities preparing for the end of restrictions?
How are you supporting London’s children throughout the summer holidays, particularly those vulnerable young people at risk of becoming involved in crime?
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.