Consulting Londoners

We're working for London and it's critical that Londoners have their say on the work that we do.

Involving Londoners in decisions

It's not just about government being more open, it's about making policies more effective by listening to and taking on board the views of the public and interested groups.

Londoners should have a say on how their city is run, which is why we consult Londoners on each and every strategy the Mayor produces. To ensure we achieve the best understanding of public opinion that we can, we use a number of different approaches:

  • Our Talk London online community, a place to discuss London's big issues and shape and steer the policy decisions of the future.
  • Face to face survey work, such as the Annual London Survey and ad-hoc pieces of research such as the Young Londoners' Survey and Refugee Survey.
  • Regular telephone surveys covering a range of policy areas.
  • Online survey and digital engagement tools to allow Londoners to engage with specific strategies.

If you would like to be kept informed about consultations please email yourviews@london.gov.uk.

If you have a general enquiry for the Mayor or GLA please email mayor@london.gov.uk.

30 April 2014

The Economy Committee is examining apprenticeships in London, how they are developed and managed, and what value they can bring to the capital’s workers and economy.

 

The Committee...

27 June 2014

What more can the Met and MOPAC do to ensure the safety of children at risk in the capital?

26 September 2014

We are in times of huge change in the way health services and public health is delivered across the capital.

27 February 2015
The Regeneration Committee is examining the Mayor’s Regeneration Fund (MRF) and how it is being used by councils to support sustainable economic and social developments in the boroughs which...
4 April 2015

The maintenance and upgrade of the Underground network requires a vast, hugely expensive and disruptive programme of work that affects large numbers of Londoners every day. We keep an eye on...

4 April 2016

Our Police and Crime Committee examines the work of the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) and investigates issues relating to policing and crime reduction in London.

10 April 2014

Public consultation 15 January to 10 April 2014

On 15 January 2014, the Mayor published Draft Further Alterations to the London Plan (FALP) for a twelve week period of public...

8 April 2014

We want to use road cameras to help cut crime and make London the safest big city in the world.

28 February 2014

At present the police have a range of tools to respond to public disorder.

10 February 2014

The London Health Commission would like to hear your views on how we can improve health and healthcare in the capital.

All comments are welcome, but you might like to look at the detailed...

7 February 2014

The MOPAC consultation on business crime ended on 7 February 2014. The draft strategy can still be viewed below.

We received a fantastic response from a range of law enforcement colleagues...

5 February 2014

There is a fantastic opportunity in Southall….

From 2018, Crossrail will make Southall one of the best connected places in London, just 10 minutes from Heathrow, 18...

15 January 2014

Have your say on the Mayor of London's budget proposals and capital plans.

29 November 2013

When the Mayor takes over an application for his own determination he must hold a public hearing before he decides whether or not to grant planning permission.

25 November 2013

The Mayor has issued for public consultation draft supplementary planning guidance (SPG) on The Control of Dust and Emissions during Construction and Demolition.

This SPG provides guidance...

21 October 2013

The Mayor has issued for public consultation draft supplementary planning guidance (SPG) on Sustainable Design and Construction.

This SPG provides guidance on the implementation of London...

6 September 2013

The Government has announced proposals for a new High Speed 2 (HS2) and Crossrail station at Old Oak by 2026, potentially making it one of the best connected railway stations in the UK. This...

23 August 2013

On 18 November 2011 Southwark Council advised the Mayor of London that it was minded to refuse planning permission for redevelopment proposals at Eileen House, 80-94 Newington Causeway.  On 1...

9 August 2013

MOPAC consultation on tackling violence against women and girls

Stephen Greenhalgh, Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, launched a consultation on violence against women...

2 August 2013

The London Plan identifies White City as an Opportunity Area. Opportunity Areas are the capital’s major reservoir of brownfield land with significant capacity to accommodate new housing,...

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