Joanne McCartney: How many pubs have permanently closed in London as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Joanne McCartney: How many Nightclubs have permanently closed in London as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Joanne McCartney: What are your plans to improve local high streets, such as those in Enfield & Haringey, where many traders have suffered devastating losses during the Covid pandemic and where many retail spaces may now be vacant?
Joanne McCartney: The Netherlands has a national Pollinator Strategy and cities such as Amsterdam have been taking action on bee-friendly initiatives such as ‘bee hotels’, planting native flowering plants and stopping the use of chemical weed killers on public lands. Could you develop a similar specific London Pollinator Strategy, alongside your existing work on improving our city’s biodiversity?
Joanne McCartney: Women disproportionately work in industries hardest hit by the Covid pandemic such as hospitality and retail; many women have been made redundant or been furloughed. What plans do you have to make sure that women have the support they need to retrain, find good employment and can return to work?
Joanne McCartney: What representations have you made to Government regarding their plans to remove a reported £64m of the state teaching grant for London’s Universities? Is this not an example of the Government’s agenda to ‘level down’ London?
Joanne McCartney: How many organisations and individuals has your Culture at Risk Office helped since the start of the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Joanne McCartney: How many theatres have permanently closed in London as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Joanne McCartney: Can you give me an update on TfL’s progress in persuading the Department of Transport to devolve Great Northern rail services out of Moorgate?
Joanne McCartney: How will you bring Londoners together to support each other as part of your recovery work?
Joanne McCartney: Thank you, Mr Mayor. Thank you for your leadership on this issue. One of the things that the last year has shown us is that Londoners are willing and want to support each other, particularly those that are less well off than they are. Londoners have really stepped up over the last year, including many organisations. Can I ask, though, do you have a strategic plan or plans, along with London...
Joanne McCartney: Thank you. I know that London’s contribution to the Community Response Fund has meant that many projects in my constituency of Enfield and Haringey have been funded, including, for example, the 422 Foundation, helping young people with mentoring, but also academic support. Churches and faith groups throughout my constituency are providing support to the Mayor’s deliverables, so that was...
Joanne McCartney: Thank you. Thank you, Chair.
Joanne McCartney: How many under-18s in my Enfield & Haringey are eligible for free travel?
Joanne McCartney: Bullsmoor Lane in Enfield is currently exempt from the LEZ which leads to increased congestion and pollution for local residents. With Junction 25 of the M25 improvements likely to bring more HGVs onto local streets, will you reconsider this exemption?
Joanne McCartney: How many of my constituents in Enfield & Haringey have benefited from the Hopper Fare? How much have they saved as a result of this policy?
Joanne McCartney: How much has air pollution reduced at schools across Enfield & Haringey since 2016?
Joanne McCartney: How much has air pollution reduced in residential areas in Enfield & Haringey since 2016?
Joanne McCartney: What steps have you been taking to reduce knife crime in Enfield & Haringey?
Joanne McCartney: How much has air pollution reduced across Enfield & Haringey since 2016?