Caroline Pidgeon

London Assembly Member

Liberal Democrat
3 May 2012


  • Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group
  • Deputy Chair of the Police and Crime Committee
  • Deputy Chair of the Transport Committee
  • Member of the Confirmation Hearings Committee
  • Member of the GLA Oversight Committee
Register of Members' Interests - Caroline Pidgeon
Register of Members' Interests - Caroline Pidgeon
Caroline Pidgeon's expenses
Gifts and Hospitality
Caroline Pidgeon Gifts and Hospitality


Caroline was elected to the London Assembly in May 2008 and has a strong track record of campaigning on issues such as strong policing and improved public transport. She is Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group, Chair of the London Assembly's Transport Committee and Deputy Chair of the Police and Crime Committee. Caroline has been a Trustee of the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education in Waterloo since 2005.

Caroline was a member of the Metropolitan Police Authority between 2008 and 2012 and the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority between 2008 and 2010.

Caroline was a Liberal Democrat Councillor in Southwark between 1998 and 2010 during which time she held several posts including Deputy Leader of Southwark Council and Executive Member for Children’s Services and Education. Caroline was also a Board Member of Lambeth and Southwark Housing Association between 2002 and 2010.

Caroline was awarded an MBE in the 2013 New Year Honours List for public and political service.

Caroline moved to London after graduating from the University of Wales Aberystwyth in 1994. She worked in local government and the health service for over a decade before becoming a full time politician.

Biographical information as supplied by individual Assembly Members.

Contact details:
City Hall
The Queen's Walk
London SE1 2AA

Telephone: 020 7983 4962

Press releases for

News from Caroline Pidgeon: Safer communities must start with more accessible Safer Neighbourhood Teams
27 March 2015

Safer Neighbourhood Teams across the capital are still not meeting Londonwide standards for accessibility according to a new report published today by Caroline Pidgeon.

News from Caroline Pidgeon: Procurement process for the Garden Bridge must be independently evaluated
25 March 2015

Caroline Pidgeon AM, commenting on the Mayor’s refusal at today’s Mayor's Question Time to accept a full and independent audit of the procurement process for the design of the Garden Bridge said: “Through extensive investigation led by Architects' Journal a number of se

News from Caroline Pidgeon: House of Commons Transport Committee report on strategic river crossings is stuck in the 1970s
17 March 2015

House of Commons Transport Committee report on strategic river crossings is stuck in the 1970s – Caroline Pidgeon