Joanne McCartney: What investment have you made and are planning to make in cycling infrastructure in Enfield & Haringey?
Joanne McCartney: What investment have you made and are planning to make to ensure that walking is more pleasurable in Enfield & Haringey?
Joanne McCartney: Can you tell me the response times to 999 “I Calls” in Enfield & Haringey by month from May 2018?
Joanne McCartney: Can you tell me the response times to 999 “S Calls” in Enfield & Haringey by month from May 2018?
Joanne McCartney: Can you update me on how many tube noise complaints have been made in each of the last six months for the Seven Sisters area?
Joanne McCartney: Enfield & Haringey have very high numbers of children in temporary accommodation. What are you doing to resolve this situation?
Joanne McCartney: Further to my Question number 2019/17690 regarding funding for extra police officers – what extra funding has been allocated to London so that you can start to reverse the swingeing cuts to the police and other public services that the government has made over the past 8 years?
Joanne McCartney: Thank you. That uncertainty is really worrying. The target is for the MPS to recruit 1,369 officers and that works out at around £99 million, which is a significant proportion of that early money. This week the Police and Crime Committee heard from Deputy Commissioner [Sir] Stephen House [QPM], who said, “We could train and deploy more than that. I do not think 1,369 is enough”. He...
Joanne McCartney: Thank you. Of course you have mentioned police staff, which are an important part of our policing family, and you referred earlier to the cuts that have been made to date. Over the last eight or nine years, £850 million has been taken out of the police budget. They are still planning for a further £236 million in cuts to 2022/23, and what you have done is put in business rates. The MPS is...
Joanne McCartney: On the basis of what you have said and what the Government has failed to deliver so far, it looks like we still could have a cliff edge around 2023 with our police numbers dropping.
Joanne McCartney: Thank you.
Joanne McCartney: Major development works in the Tottenham Hale area have meant a loss of pedestrian and cycle lane provision which is causing great concern about safety. What discussions has there been between TfL and the London Borough of Haringey to ensure that safety is not compromised and that where possible segregated cycle lanes are preserved? Will TfL review on a regular basis provision for cyclists in...
Joanne McCartney: Does the language politicians use matter, both in London and nationally?
Joanne McCartney: What is the schedule for the delivery of the Class 710 trains on the London Overground West Anglia lines out of Liverpool Street to Chingford, Cheshunt and Enfield Town?
Joanne McCartney: I am aware that the month’s free travel on the Gospel Oak-Barking Line (GOBLIN) included the weekend of the 28/29th September when unmovable engineering works took place. Are there any plans to offer an extra weekend of free travel to ensure passengers get a whole month of free travel?
Joanne McCartney: Are there any plans to install green roofs on bus stops? This would help reduce pollution along main roads.
Joanne McCartney: What more can you do to ensure the bus drivers at Turnpike Lane station do not engine idle? Residents are still contacting me stating that this is still an issue despite drivers being reminded recently by their bus operator.
Joanne McCartney: What work is TfL doing with London Boroughs to encourage them to plant wildflower verges on their local road networks?
Joanne McCartney: I am aware that TfL has been trialling a number of wildflower verges along TfL roads this summer. Is it possible for you to share the results of the trial and whether this initiative can be extended to other TfL roads?
Joanne McCartney: Given the falling rate of MMR vaccinations is it now time for mandatory vaccination of our children?