Results 1–20 of 54 for speaker:Steve O'Connell

Questions to the Mayor of London — Operation Midland: Operation Midland (25 Sep 2019)

Steve O'Connell: What is the status of the investigation/review of the Met handling of Operation Midland?

Questions to the Mayor of London — London Plan Density (1): London Plan Density (1) (13 Sep 2019)

Steve O'Connell: Further to your response to question 2019/8973, the first paragraph of your answer related to the current Policy 3.4 which includes a density matrix but did not answer the question on Policy D6 which requested why Policy D6 does not give guidance to applicants for the appropriate densities for development proposals at given localities and therefore does not meet the requirements of NPPF para...

Questions to the Mayor of London — London Plan Density (2): London Plan Density (2) (13 Sep 2019)

Steve O'Connell: Further to your response to question 2019/8973, the second paragraph of your response states: “My draft London Plan explicitly recognises that the appropriate density of a site is an output of a process of assessment, rather than an input.” Policy D6 at D States: The following measurements of density should be provided for all planning applications that include new residential units: 1)...

Questions to the Mayor of London — NRM Exit Support: NRM Exit Support (23 Jul 2019)

Steve O'Connell: What measures will the Mayor take to ensure survivors of modern slavery in London are not re-victimised after they exit Government National Referral Mechanism Support?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Slavery and Kidnap Unit: Slavery and Kidnap Unit (23 Jul 2019)

Steve O'Connell: The Slavery and Kidnap Unit has been changed to a broader unit on exploitation, the Vulnerability Team. Will the Mayor ensure that the work around slavery in this unit continues to receive the same level of funding?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Teacher assaults in Croydon: Teacher assaults in Croydon (23 Jul 2019)

Steve O'Connell: For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Croydon have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an attack/assault • Seriously injured as a result of an attack/assault • Required hospital treatment as a result of an attack/assault

Questions to the Mayor of London — Teacher assaults in Sutton: Teacher assaults in Sutton (23 Jul 2019)

Steve O'Connell: For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many teachers in Sutton have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an attack/assault • Seriously injured as a result of an attack/assault • Required hospital treatment as a result of an attack/assault

Questions to the Mayor of London — Hospital staff assaults in Croydon: Hospital staff assaults in Croydon (23 Jul 2019)

Steve O'Connell: For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Croydon have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an attack/assault • Seriously injured as a result of an attack/assault • Required hospital treatment as a result of an attack/assault

Questions to the Mayor of London — Hospital staff assaults in Sutton: Hospital staff assaults in Sutton (23 Jul 2019)

Steve O'Connell: For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many hospital staff in Sutton have been: • Attacked/assaulted • Injured as a result of an attack/assault • Seriously injured as a result of an attack/assault • Required hospital treatment as a result of an attack/assault

Questions to the Mayor of London — Wildlife corridors (2): Wildlife corridors (2) (19 Jul 2019)

Steve O'Connell: Will you commit to including support for wildlife corridors in your forthcoming update to the All London Green Grid?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Wildlife corridors (3): Wildlife corridors (3) (19 Jul 2019)

Steve O'Connell: Will you commit to including support for wildlife corridors in appropriate supplementary planning guidance for the new London Plan, particularly in relation to policies G1 and G6?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Wildlife corridors (1): Wildlife corridors (1) (19 Jul 2019)

Steve O'Connell: Will you commit to including support for wildlife corridors in your forthcoming guidance to the London Environment Strategy?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Modern slavery: Modern slavery (28 Jun 2019)

Steve O'Connell: What progress has been made in tackling modern slavery in London?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Collaboration: Collaboration (28 Jun 2019)

Steve O'Connell: Try not to do it again.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Modern slavery: Modern slavery (28 Jun 2019)

Steve O'Connell: Very good. I am tight for time, and no doubt we will return and probably the Police and Crime Committee will return to this subject. This was the subject of a very thorough report by GLA Conservatives, Shadow City, a couple of years ago. One question I will have, and I will bring this up at a later date, is for the first time we have seen that more men - 52% - were victims of referrals to the...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Modern slavery: Modern slavery (28 Jun 2019)

Steve O'Connell: It is a massive issue and I would like to spend more time on it, but I do not have time at the moment.

Questions to the Mayor of London — London Plan density policy (4): London Plan density policy (4) (21 Jun 2019)

Steve O'Connell: The policies in your draft London Plan do not set out a clear and systematic approach to assess development proposals that reflect site specific circumstances. Your answer to Question 2019/8976 indicated that you are preparing detailed Supplementary Planning Guidance to accompany the Plan that will provide additional detail on how to effectively optimise the capacity of sites by following the...

Questions to the Mayor of London — London Plan density policy (5): London Plan density policy (5) (21 Jun 2019)

Steve O'Connell: Your answer to Question 2019/8977 indicated “The draft Plan requires development proposals to provide a range of measures of density that are more useful than the current single density measure monitored…” These consist of Policy D6: Policy D6 paragraph D states: The following measurements of density should be provided for all planning applications that include new residential units: 1)...

Questions to the Mayor of London — London Plan density policy (2): London Plan density policy (2) (21 Jun 2019)

Steve O'Connell: If the Density Matrix is removed from the Policy and Policy D6 is adopted – how will applicants be able to provide development proposals to meet the Policy if the Supplementary Planning Guidance to accompany the Plan that will provide additional detail on how to effectively optimise the capacity of sites by following the design-led approach, is not published at the same time as the new...

Questions to the Mayor of London — London Plan density policy (3): London Plan density policy (3) (21 Jun 2019)

Steve O'Connell: In response to Question 2019/8975, you state that Policy D6 provides a requirement for an assessment of each development site’s context to identify opportunities and constraints that can determine the appropriate built form and the Plan is explicit that the density of individual development proposals should be reduced to respond to existing and planned levels of supporting infrastructure,...


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