Shaun Bailey: Should new housing be supported by sufficient infrastructure?
Shaun Bailey: Are you satisfied that in all your developments to be built on TfL carparks you are providing enough parking for residents and commuters?
Shaun Bailey: All of them.
Shaun Bailey: Let me give you an example.
Shaun Bailey: For example, in Finchley Central you are removing all of the car parking, you propose to build a development of 668 flats and are only providing 11 parking spaces. Are you happy with that?
Shaun Bailey: What would you say to residents of places like Northwood, Stanmore, Canons Park, Arnos Grove and Cockfosters who are all very distressed about the removal of this amenity? They need this amenity if they want to make family life workable so they can get on to the Tube system and can move around. What would you say to them about what is being proposed on their local carpark?
Shaun Bailey: Can residents rely on you to support them when they go back to their councils and complain about the loss of this amenity, are you saying you will support them in that and they will not just get bulldozed and rolled over?
Shaun Bailey: It is not inappropriate for me to ask you to support residents across London. Thank you very much, Chair.
Shaun Bailey: For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many crimes have been committed at pupil referral units, broken down by crime type?
Shaun Bailey: For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many ATMs have been raided by criminals?
Shaun Bailey: Good morning, Liz. Good morning, David. Given that a significant area of the OPDC site is strategic industrial locations, how will you be affected by the Mayor’s new London Plan policy of no net loss of strategic industrial locations? How will it affect your delivery?
Shaun Bailey: I agree with you. It sounds correct; you do not just want to build an oasis of homes and have nowhere to work. Are you confident you can deliver 25,000 homes with no net loss? Of course, we have been promised 25,000 new ââ
Shaun Bailey: How are you going to achieve it? Is it already in your plans to achieve the 25,000 homes? I cannot see how this is going to be done. It is nice to say you can do it and you want to do it, but how are you actually going to do it?
Shaun Bailey: For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, many dogs have been reported stolen?
Shaun Bailey: Do you expect the recruitment of part time police officers to negatively impact the police gender pay gap?
Shaun Bailey: For each of the financial years from 2010/11 to the current year, please provide a breakdown of business rate income and to where in the GLA family it was distributed to? Further to this, please can you provide and an estimated breakdown of business rate income over the next three financial years and where it’s allocated to by distributed to?
Shaun Bailey: Would the Mayor commit to delivering a permanent solution to the on-going street racing problem on the A10 Great Cambridge Road in Enfield that is continuing to cause much distress to Londoners?
Shaun Bailey: Would the Mayor update the chamber on what measures are being undertaken to stop the street racing on the A10 Great Cambridge Road that continues to disturb Londoners into the early hours?
Shaun Bailey: Can you provide an update on the work of the Online Hate Crime Hub?
Shaun Bailey: Thank you for your response, Mayor. As you have said in your response, hate crime happens everywhere, and with the forthcoming Al Quds march, which many in the Jewish community consider to be offensive â and unfortunately some individuals use as a chance to indulge in hate crime â have you asked the police to enforce the recently announced ban on the flying of the Hezbollah flag in all of...