Results 1–20 of 155 for speaker:Tony Devenish

Questions to the Mayor of London — HMRC: HMRC (4 Oct 2019)

Tony Devenish: What can you do to support the trade union equity in fighting HMRC who appear to be unfairly targeting actors, singers, dancers and other creative professionals? Will you lobby HM Treasury to support these self employed professionals?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Air pollution: Air pollution (26 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: Will the Mayor support planting projects to improve air quality on Warwick Road and Earl’s Court Road which are some of the most polluted roads in the country?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Borough Commanders: Borough Commanders (24 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: Please provide a table of all 32 Boroughs and how many different individuals have been the Met Borough Commander in each since May 2016.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Individual Met heads: Individual Met heads (23 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: Are you concerned that Camden as one example has had four such individual Met heads in just the last twelve months?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Carl Beech: Carl Beech (17 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: Will you guarantee that the Met will publish a full independently audited breakdown of all costs from the Carl Beech abuse fantasist enquiry , rather than the partial list offered to date ?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Hammersmith Bridge Pontoons: Hammersmith Bridge Pontoons (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: What consideration has been given to introducing a temporary river bus service at Hammersmith Bridge using pontoons?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Traffic Lights: Traffic Lights (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: A constituent has written to me suggesting that some London traffic lights could be turned to flashing amber at times when the volume of traffic would not require traffic lights. Will you commit to doing so or, at least, instigating a pilot scheme?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Mind The Gap: Mind The Gap (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: The behavioural economist and “nudge” expert Richard Thaler was interviewed in The FT on 3rd August and said "All these announcements to mind the gap. Can that conceivably be useful? I wonder if TfL has run an experiment. Here's my hypothesis. 99.9% of people on the tube have blocked this out. Whatever the percentage of tourists is, half of them have no idea what 'mind the gap' means. The...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Tube Noise Complaints (1): Tube Noise Complaints (1) (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: How many complaints have TfL received from homeowners and tenants impacted by Tube noise since May 2008? Please give a breakdown by year, Tube Line and borough.

Questions to the Mayor of London — London Resilience: London Resilience (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: In light of the power outage on the 9th August, what are you doing to increase London’s resilience?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Emergency service noise: Emergency service noise (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: What are you doing to ensure that the use of sirens by emergency service vehicles is kept to a minimum at night when people are sleeping?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Heathrow Expansion: Heathrow Expansion (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: Given the current consultation on Heathrow expansion does not address the Government’s recent commitment to net zero carbon emissions by 2050, do you agree there is a clear need to go back to the drawing board?

Questions to the Mayor of London — TfL Security Safeguarding: TfL Security Safeguarding (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: What exactly does TfL do to safeguard security concerns with the 75,000 lost debit and credit cards in its lost property following FOI findings?

Questions to the Mayor of London — GDPR: GDPR (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: What steps have you taken to make sure no GLA body falls foul of the Information Commissioner's Office on GDPR?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Tube Noise Complaints (2): Tube Noise Complaints (2) (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: How many of the complaints TfL has received regarding Tube noise since May 2008 have been resolved?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Tube Noise in Properties: Tube Noise in Properties (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: What assessment has TfL of the number of properties having to cope with Tube noise higher than 35 decibels during the night? Please give a breakdown by year since May 2008, Tube Line and borough.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Shared Living: Shared Living (13 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: How many units of shared living do you predicate in each year in London 2020-24 re London Plan policy H18?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Heathrow (2): Heathrow (2) (9 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: What is TfL’s latest estimate for the total cost of the additional public transport infrastructure that would be required if Heathrow Airport were to be allowed to expand?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Heathrow ULEZ: Heathrow ULEZ (5 Sep 2019)

Tony Devenish: Does the Mayor agree that if Heathrow were to introduce their own ULEZ all the monies raised must be ringed fenced to pay for improved public transport? If so, how will the Mayor ensure this happens?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Antisemitic violence in St Johns Wood: Antisemitic violence in St Johns Wood (29 Aug 2019)

Tony Devenish: Will you add your voice to raise awareness for witnesses to catch the vile cowards who targeted an elderly man and young boys with antisemitic violence and abuse in St Johns Wood on Saturday 4th May? https://antisemitism.uk/witnesses-sought-over-antisemitic-vi olence-and-v...


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