Tony Devenish: Did you enjoy your trip to Argentina?
Tony Devenish: Businesses unnecessarily leaving their lights on overnight, not only is energy inefficient, but creates light pollution which can have extremely negative health impacts. How will you ensure that Londoners are not suffering from this form of light pollution?
Tony Devenish: Do you think that the money being put towards London Power could be better used during a cost of living crisis?
Tony Devenish: Can you please provide a breakdown by year from 2018 on how many Londoners have taken up the Warmer Homes Scheme?
Tony Devenish: Can you provide a breakdown by year from 2018 on the funding provided to Londoners who have taken up the Warmer Homes Scheme?
Tony Devenish: How much of the £43 million funding is still available for the Warmer Homes Scheme? How will you, as a matter of urgency allocate any underspend, if appropriate?
Tony Devenish: I would recommend that you read the latest version of ‘Senior London’ a publication by The Greater London Forum for Older People. Can you please outline whether you think you are doing enough to help older Londoners?
Tony Devenish: What actions are you taking to show you are “walking the walk, not just talking the talk” to boost energy efficiency and minimise light pollution from City Hall and other GLA-owned sites?
Tony Devenish: Due to cost of living and climate concerns will you call on London businesses to turn off their lights and lower their heating between the hours of 10pm-7am? Will you use your TfL footprint to really drive a public information campaign?
Tony Devenish: With property equivalent to the size of 48 Gherkin skyscrapers unable to be rented out from 1st April 2023, what are you doing to publicise this cost of living energy ticking time bomb for London business?
Tony Devenish: The London Chamber of Commerce ‘Capital 500 economic survey for Q3 2022’ report has identified positive news from exports to investment. What discussions have you had with the London Chamber of Commerce on how your office can best support business growth in London?
Tony Devenish: Given your responsibility to support London’s economy, will you investigate Compass Group’s reported scheme to offer to merge any high interest rate debts of their 50,000, mainly modest waged UK staff, and in your view is this approach more widely applicable?
Tony Devenish: What more will you do to encourage and support businesses in London to be more energy efficient?
Tony Devenish: What are you doing to increase the speed that 101 and 999 calls are answered?
Tony Devenish: In an interview with MyLondon on 1st September Andy Byford spoke of the need to make public transport "irresistible". Do you accept that the proposed bus cuts outlined in the Central London Bus Review would do the opposite?
Tony Devenish: In the light of your agreement with the DfT on a long-term funding deal, will you reassure my constituents that you will not be going ahead with the cuts proposed in the Central London Bus Review?
Tony Devenish: Given how little money would actually be saved by the proposals in the Central London Bus Review, do you accept that they would be unjustifiable in comparison to other potential savings options?
Tony Devenish: How long is London Underground’s current training backlog?
Tony Devenish: What discussions have you had with Government to ensure London obtains one or more new Investment Zones as announced by the Chancellor on the 23rd September?
Tony Devenish: What are you doing to work with e-bike operators to ensure that dockless e-bikes are not parked at pavement junctions or in other areas where they are a hazard for pedestrians?