Joanne McCartney: Do all London Underground ground trains announce the side the doors are opening at the next stop? If not, can this please be considered, as such announcements greatly assist those who are visually impaired?
Joanne McCartney: Could you tell me what the process is for when customers make complaints to TfL regarding the buses? A constituent was told they would have to contact the bus operator themselves as opposed to TfL getting in touch then replying to the constituent.
Joanne McCartney: Do you support full voting rights for EU citizens who will remain in their home city of London?
Joanne McCartney: Do all London Overground trains announce the side the doors are opening at the next stop? If not, can this please be considered, as such announcements greatly assist those who are visually impaired?
Joanne McCartney: Jacksons Lane Theatre and Creative Space in Highgate offers a wide range of activities for children and young people across the borough of Haringey and beyond. How have you and how do you plan to support this organisation further?
Joanne McCartney: Following the appalling terror related attack in Streatham this month does the government need to rethink its policy on Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures (TPIMs) and resources for our police and security services?
Joanne McCartney: How many bus stops in Enfield & Haringey currently have a Countdown Information Board? And how has this changed since you became Mayor?
Joanne McCartney: Are you concerned by reports that a Department of Education database containing the personal and contact details of 28 million children and young people, including London’s children, has been given to betting firms? What work are you doing to tackle gambling and help our young people budget effectively?
Joanne McCartney: Have government cuts to the Metropolitan Police led to increased delays in processing cases?
Joanne McCartney: What actions are you considering to improve youth provision in the Noel Park area? The area has a particularly high crime rate with 3,659 offences being reported between the 12-month period of August 2018 to July 2019, which is one of the highest rates in London. Would you consider creating a Youth Club to help alleviate this issue?
Joanne McCartney: What timetable improvements could TfL make if it was to take over the Great Northern services out of Moorgate at both peak and non-peak times?
Joanne McCartney: Further to my Mayor’s Question 2019/19998, what were the results of Transport for London’s wildflower verge trial on two red routes (parts of the A40 and A406)? Are there plans to extend this initiative to other routes this year - if so, which routes are being considered?
Joanne McCartney: Should the government, if it will not scrap Permitted Development Rights legislation, give local authorities in London increased powers to stop schemes which can be described as ‘rabbit-hutch’ homes?
Joanne McCartney: Thank you for that answer and you have been firm on that throughout the time you have been Mayor. This was thrown into stark relief for me recently when an application in Wood Green to convert an old office building, Alexandra House, was made by a private developer. It was to be turned into 219 ‘rabbit hutch’ homes that your own planning adviser called ‘dismal’. Some of these appear...
Joanne McCartney: Thank you. In fact, Haringey Council, when this legislation came in, did apply for an exemption for the Wood Green area because it was worried about this exact issue and it is also against the local plan that has been agreed by councillors. You said earlier that you want these powers devolved to you. Does the Government seem as if it is going to be moving on that? This application is over the...
Joanne McCartney: Thank you.
Joanne McCartney: What ongoing discussions are taking place between your office/TfL and the government on delivering Crossrail 2 which would benefit my constituents in Enfield & Haringey? Is the government committed to delivering this essential new rail line?
Joanne McCartney: Further to my Mayor’s Question 2018/2869 - what investigation did TfL undertake in relation to this issue and what was the outcome, if any?
Joanne McCartney: Can you please update me as to any additional resources, such as officers from the Violent Crime Taskforce, that have been provided to North BCU (Enfield and Haringey) over the past six months to deal with youth violence?
Joanne McCartney: I greatly welcome the introduction of fully electric buses on routes 43 and 134. What further routes are planned to become fully electric and when?