Results 1–20 of 373 for speaker:Anne Clarke

Questions to the Mayor of London — Bridge Collapse Risk (2): Bridge Collapse Risk (2) (16 Nov 2022)

Anne Clarke: Does the lack of capital funding and a fair revenue funding settlement for Transport for London combined with the lack of funding for local boroughs necessitate a review of the risk of bridge collapse in London?

Questions to the Mayor of London — London Fire Brigade and His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire Rescue Services report: London Fire Brigade and His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire Rescue Services report (25 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: Following the publication of His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire Rescue Services report on the London Fire Brigade, how have you been working with the Brigade to continue to improve the service it provides to Londoners?

Questions to the Mayor of London — London Fire Brigade and His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire Rescue Services report: London Fire Brigade and His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire Rescue Services report (25 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: Thank you, Mr Mayor, and I echo your thanks to the LFB for their services throughout the climate‑related fires and also throughout the mourning period following Her Majesty’s death. I am worried that during our last Fire, Resilience and Emergency Planning (FREP) [Committee] meeting we had John Lambe from the FBU join us, and something he said has really stuck with me. That is that these...

Questions to the Mayor of London — London Fire Brigade and His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire Rescue Services report: London Fire Brigade and His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire Rescue Services report (25 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: It is a real challenge. My own personal experience with the Brigade and certainly the Commissioner has been one where they recognise the need to change, and they are absolutely working on it. However, they do have these challenges, and I think funding is a big one. I do know you give over and above what is recommended by the Government and I thank you for that. I am just wondering: in terms...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Waking Watches and London’s Boroughs: Waking Watches and London’s Boroughs (18 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: Please provide a borough-by-borough breakdown of the number of buildings operating waking watches in London. Please also breakdown the numbers for buildings over 18m and under 18m in each borough.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Cross Border Exercises (1): Cross Border Exercises (1) (18 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: According to the HMICFRS Effectiveness, Efficiency and People report 2021/22 LFB has the lowest rate of cross border exercises nationally. How many cross-border exercises are planned to the end of this financial year?

Questions to the Mayor of London — 8 Albert Embankment: 8 Albert Embankment (18 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: What progress has been made with the sale of the Brigade’s former HQ at 8 Albert Embankment?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Fire Engine Availability: Fire Engine Availability (18 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: On 12 August 2022, Fire Brigades Union assistant general secretary Andy Dark said “We’ve got fire engines sat in stations because there aren’t enough people to staff them. On one day, whilst wildfires raged, there were 40 such fire engines gathering dust at fire stations across London.” Will you publish data showing how many fire engines were available on a daily basis for 2022?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Grass Fires: Grass Fires (18 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: In August the LFB said that “Firefighters fear deliberate grass fires could spike further over summer holidays as Feltham grass fire believed to be arson”. How many deliberate grass fires have there been so far in 2022, as well as across 2020 and 2021?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Disposable BBQs: Disposable BBQs (18 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: London’s Fire Commissioner has called for a total ban on disposable barbecues. Do you agree with him? If so, what steps have you taken to work with stakeholders to bring this ban into effect?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Newham Safety Centre: Newham Safety Centre (18 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: What plans, if any, does the LFB have to introduce other safety centres across London?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Building Safety Fund: Building Safety Fund (17 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: How many grants have been made from this fund to date? Please provide a breakdown since the funds began, showing the size of grant and date of grant award.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Social and Private Sector ACM Cladding Remediation Fund: Social and Private Sector ACM Cladding Remediation Fund (17 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: How many grants have been made from these funds to date? Please provide a breakdown since the funds began, showing the size of grant; social or private residential; and month of grant award.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Waking Watch Relief Fund: Waking Watch Relief Fund (17 Oct 2022)

Anne Clarke: How many grants have been made from this fund to date? Please provide a breakdown since the funds began, showing the size of grant and date of grant award.

Questions to the Mayor of London — LFB Transformation Delivery Plan: LFB Transformation Delivery Plan (28 Sep 2022)

Anne Clarke: Please provide an update on actions the London Fire Brigade is taking to recruit new staff from diverse communities, including LGBT and BAME communities.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Briar Close, N2: Briar Close, N2 (28 Sep 2022)

Anne Clarke: There are a number of overgrown trees and shrubbery growing all the way down one side of Briar Close alongside the A406. In addition to this, there is a rat infestation in the shrubbery at the top of the road where the turnaround bay is. Will you ask TfL to cut back substantially the shrubbery, and undertake pest control?

Questions to the Mayor of London — East Finchley Station mural: East Finchley Station mural (28 Sep 2022)

Anne Clarke: A local community group called East Finchley Open Artists and ward Councillors met with TfL officers a year ago regarding the prospect of installing a mural outside East Finchley Station on the bridge. TfL said that they would look at providing quotes for a wooden cover over the brick wall to be painted on, but no further communications have been received. Will you ask TfL to update the group...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Digital exclusion: Digital exclusion (21 Sep 2022)

Anne Clarke: The London Office of Technology and Innovation (LOTI) and the Digital Exclusion Taskforce have been working to tackle the barriers Londoners face to getting online. One thing that can prevent some people from using the internet is the cost of broadband and this is a particular problem for older Londoners, given that London has the highest level of pensioner poverty in the country. Most...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Energy Costs of London Fire Brigade: Energy Costs of London Fire Brigade (21 Sep 2022)

Anne Clarke: What analysis has the London Fire Brigade carried out as to the budgetary risk created by the upcoming increase in energy costs (and associated rises in energy costs for buildings, fleets, equipment etc.)?


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