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: Supreme Court ruling undermines civil liberties and political rights
4 March 2015

The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the state’s system of collecting records on citizens’ public political activities does amount to an interference with their privacy rights which requires justification to be lawful.

News from Jenny Jones AM: Opportunity to review cycle hire scheme as Santander sign sponsorship deal
27 February 2015

TfL has signed a seven year sponsorship contract worth £7m a year with Santander TfL, taking over sponsorship of the cycle hire scheme, replacing Barclays.

Mayor plans for London manufacturing to disappear within fifty years
18 February 2015

A new report published today by Jenny Jones AM raises the alarm about the loss of industrial land in London, and the Mayor’s projections that could see manufacturing disappear completely from London by 2062.