Jenny Jones

London Assembly Member

Green Party
3 May 2012


  • Chair of the Economy Committee
  • Deputy Chair of the Police and Crime Committee
  • Member of the Environment Committee
  • Member of the Confirmation Hearings Committee
Key Issues
Housing costs and conditions, policing and civil liberties, cycling and walking, road safety, legacy from 2012 Olympics/ Paralympics
Jenny Jones's expenses
Register of Members' Interests - Jenny Jones
Register of Members' Interests - Jenny Jones
Gifts and Hospitality
Jenny Jones Gifts and Hospitality


Jenny lives in Southwark and was a Southwark Councillor, 2006-10. In the previous Mayoral administration she was the Mayor’s Green Transport Advisor, advising him on sustainable forms of transport. She was also Chair of London Food, a Mayoral body looking at ways of giving Londoners fresher, healthier and more affordable food while minimising its environmental impact.

Jenny is an ex-archaeologist, former Deputy Mayor of London, former Chair of the Green Party of England and Wales, and was named in 2004 as one of 200 ‘women of achievement’ by Buckingham Palace.

Biographical information as supplied by individual Assembly Members.

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

Telephone: 020 7983 4358

Press releases for

News from Jenny Jones AM: Met Police cannot provide positive example of whistleblowing
17 September 2014

The Metropolitan Police Service are unable to offer even one example of a whistleblower who exposed wrongdoing and does not feel their career was negatively impacted or that they were treated fairly despite 1,121 reports being made through its internal reporting system ‘Rightline’ in

News from Jenny Jones AM: Jenny Jones predicts three quarter of a million Londoner’s below living wage
16 September 2014

Jenny Jones will be asking the Mayor on Wednesday: “Do you expect more Londoners to be earning poverty wages in 2016 than were in 2008?”


News from Jenny Jones AM: Boris Johnson is wrong about solar panels in Conservation Areas
28 August 2014

Boris Johnson said “we have huge parts of the city that are already Conservation Areas where you cannot put in this stuff” referring to solar photovoltaic (PV) panels (1).  However, the relevant planning rules don’t reflect this blanket statement and London Assemb