London Assembly

The London Assembly is an elected watchdog for the capital made up of 25 Assembly Members. Our role is to examine how effective the Mayor’s policies, decisions and activities are. We champion London, investigating issues that affect everyday life in the capital to find ways of improving our city for everyone who lives here. We ensure the Mayor is held publicly accountable every day, not just at election time.

Assembly in the Chamber
The London Assembly Annual Report is out! Read about who we are and what we do for London. More
Cycle Hire Scheme
Each year, Barclays provides £5 million for the CHS, and Emirates provides £3.6 million for the TCC. This support helps reduce TfL’s funding for the schemes, and... More
Neighbourhood Plans
Three years on from the introduction of the Localism Act 2011; A third of London boroughs have no neighbourhood forums, one successful plan has been introduced so far,... More
We are conducting a review into access to mental health services, focusing on challenges faced by young people and BAME individuals More

Latest publications

Read the latest London Assembly publications