Siân Berry: In question 2020/3841 you provided a link to a list of School Streets delivered up to 30 October 2020. Are there any further School Streets delivered since that time which you could provide data for by updating this list?
Siân Berry: The disability campaign group Transport for All has successfully lobbied Westminster Council to provide asphalt ramps in locations where dropped kerbs have been missing for several years, and permanent changes are not scheduled. Will you undertake similar work where necessary on the Transport for London (TfL) road network and also promote such approaches with local authorities?
Siân Berry: Could you provide me with information about the processing of Community Land Trust (CLT) grant applications by GLA staff: 1) is there a dedicated officer who deals with CLT applications, or are the applications processed by a number of officers; and 2) how many officer hours are spent processing applications per year?
Siân Berry: What are you doing to crack down on the rise in ‘no DSS no home’ restrictions appearing across lettings?
Siân Berry: What capital grant allocations and for how many units at what tenure, price points and rooms per unit have you made to date for community-led housing?
Siân Berry: Could you provide me with an update on the delivery of Community Land Trust (CLT) housing within East Wick and Sweetwater following on from your answer to my question 2021/0026?
Siân Berry: In addition to the land owned by Transport for London (TfL) that it is being released for housing – for example, car parks next to tube stations – could you inform me what work is being done by the GLA to quantify similar ‘grey land’ for housing (not to be confused with greyfield land as per question 2007/3127)?
Siân Berry: Could you inform me of the decision-making process that resulted in London Housing Panel having its funding removed by the end of the current financial year?
Siân Berry: Could you provide me with information on what work you have done on costing and how to implement your 'right to buy back' proposal, which aims to support councils to purchase homes previously sold through the right to buy?
Siân Berry: Could you provide me with information on what progress has been made on the recommendations in the London Housing Panel’s priorities regarding temporary accommodation? These priorities are: Set up a commission, with London boroughs, to find solutions to London’s temporary accommodation crisis, and ensure that this includes the voices of those who have experienced homelessness and...
Siân Berry: What revenue grant allocations and for how many homes have you made to date for community-led housing?
Siân Berry: Following the Welsh Government announcement that the road-building projects it funds will be paused and reviewed, does this prompt you to think again about pausing and reviewing the Silvertown Road Tunnel project? And if not, why not?
Siân Berry: What support are you providing to prevent newly recognised refugees from falling into homelessness; and what help are you providing them with to access London’s private rented sector?
Siân Berry: How could you work with local authorities to ensure they are informed and responsive to the needs of new refugees living in their boroughs?
Siân Berry: What financial support could be provided to new refugees who are typically leaving asylum accommodation with zero savings, having to wait many weeks for Universal Credit, and are trying to find a home in London?
Siân Berry: What monitoring does Transport for London (TfL) have or support into the weight of vehicles on London’s roads, and is this information used in any modelling of repairs needed to structures such as road bridges?
Siân Berry: Constituents have contacted to me to raise an issue threatening local communities in some of the most deprived areas of London. Gambling giant Merkur Slots are using the opportunity of coronavirus-hit high streets to open gaming arcades in empty shops. What support are you providing to local councils to maintain flourishing high streets and prevent them from being taken over by gambling...
Siân Berry: New refugees often face barriers to employment. What work are you doing with employers to provide work opportunities for them?
Siân Berry: Looking ahead to the long-term management of OPDC what decisions have been made regarding estate management and charges, and have alternative options for managing the estate such as Tenant Management Organisations been considered?
Siân Berry: Could you provide me with information regarding what assessment you have made of the housing need of refugees in London?