Joanne McCartney: How have your actions promoted and protected the creative industries across Enfield & Haringey?
Joanne McCartney: What further plans do you/TfL have to alert Londoners, who are not yet aware, of the coming introduction of the ULEZ?
Joanne McCartney: TfL have agreed to review the operation of the new 456 bus after it has been operational for 12 months. Residents have asked me if you will set out what review criteria will be used; for example, will it include traffic congestion, air and noise pollution, parking limitations, number of larger vehicles using the roads? Residents in Farm Road and Firs Lane are particularly concerned.
Joanne McCartney: Has any work taken place with car dealerships to make sure that they don’t sell non-compliant vehicles, or at least inform buyers that they are buying a non-compliant ULEZ vehicle?
Joanne McCartney: How long do you estimate there being a reduction in the peak service on the London Overground between Enfield Town and Bush Hill Park?
Joanne McCartney: In respect of TfL’s 12-month review of bus route 456, will TfL make public any monitoring information it is using in a timely manner? How will residents be able to access and monitor information?
Joanne McCartney: What consultation has been carried out with local residents regarding the location of new bus stops among the new route 456 bus? Will you ensure that TfL works in partnership with Enfield Council and local residents to monitor their locations and to make any adjustments as needed?
Joanne McCartney: Is it possible for you to provide a borough by borough breakdown of TfL enforcement action regarding passengers who were not wearing a face covering on public transport?
Joanne McCartney: What can young Londoners in Enfield & Haringey expect from you in terms of training and job support during this extremely difficult time?
Joanne McCartney: In order to deal with the increasing need for training and job support for young Londoners are you asking the Government for further resources; if so, what?
Joanne McCartney: What actions have you taken as Mayor to help support those Londoners who are part of the 3 million excluded from current support packages?
Joanne McCartney: Thank you for that answer, Mr Mayor. Many of my constituents in Enfield and Haringey are among those workers who have received no support from the Government. We are now in another lengthy lockdown and by the end of this lockdown that will be almost a year without any support. You are quite right that there is great financial hardship. They feel ignored and let down by this Government. Many...
Joanne McCartney: Thank you, Mr Mayor. Will you promise to continue to speak up for these workers? Could you just let me know a little bit more about the help that you have given, as far as you are able, to support those workers who have been excluded from Government support?
Joanne McCartney: Thank you, Mr Mayor. Good luck in your lobbying efforts. Thank you, Chair.
Joanne McCartney: Is it possible for you to provide the capacity data – including times of day and times of the year – for each London Overground line?
Joanne McCartney: What work are you and partners undertaking to ensure that Londoners are given accurate advice and information on the need to be vaccinated against COVID-19?
Joanne McCartney: What action have you taken and are you planning to take to encourage more car sharing schemes in outer London, such as in my constituency of Enfield & Haringey?
Joanne McCartney: What is the likely effect on London students as a result of the Government’s decision to withdraw from the successful Erasmus Scheme that has allowed thousands of our young people to study abroad? What does any UK replacement scheme need to include?
Joanne McCartney: Did the Government’s Spending Review 2020 offer any hope of investment in the much needed Piccadilly Line signalling upgrade? Whilst the new Piccadilly Line trains that will be rolled out from 2023 will increase capacity by around 12%, this signalling upgrade will increase capacity by 60% thereby transforming the service for my residents in Enfield & Haringey.
Joanne McCartney: Will you lobby the Government to ensure that domiciliary care workers are prioritised for COVID vaccinations – they are not currently in the priority groups, but are key frontline workers moving from home to home?