John Biggs

London Assembly Member

Party
Labour Party
Tenure
3 May 2012
Responsibilities

2015-16

  • Chairman of the Audit Panel
  • Chairman of the Budget and Performance Committee
  • Member of the Police & Crime Committee
Constituency
City and East
Key Issues
Transport, Health, Equalities, Regeneration, Economy, Skills & Employment
Salary
£55,161
Register of Members' Interests - John Biggs
Register of Members' Interests - John Biggs
Expenses
John Biggs's Expenses
Gifts and Hospitality
John Biggs Gifts and Hospitality

Biography

John is in his fourth term as Assembly Member for City and East London. He is a former leader of Tower Hamlets. A Graduate of Chemistry, Computer Science and of Law, John previously worked as an analyst in the City and as Director of a political pressure group.

He Chairs the Assembly Budget and Audit Committees and leads on the budget for the Labour Group on the London Assembly. John has a keen interest in regeneration and played a major role in the Thames Gateway project. His priorities this term include maximising the post Olympic benefits for East London.

He was previously Vice Chair of the London Development Agency and Deputy Chairman of the London Thames Gateway Development Corporation. John is an Honorary Fellow of Queen Mary University of London and is a Governor of Birkbeck College, University of London.

Biographical information as supplied by individual Assembly Members.

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

Telephone: 020 7983 4350
Email: john.biggs@london.gov.uk

Press releases for

News from John Biggs AM: Crime on the rise in Newham as Boris Johnson’s police cuts bite
27 March 2015

Local Labour London Assembly Member John Biggs has hit out at Boris Johnson’s policing cuts after the latest figures from the Metropolitan Police showed that crime in Newham rose 2% over the last year with a 21% rise in violent crime.

News from John Biggs:Mayor’s failing Rental Standard will take 103 years to hit target at current rate
26 March 2015

London Assembly Member John Biggs AM has questioned London Mayor Boris Johnson’s commitment to private renters in Barking & Dagenham after it was revealed that at the current rate of progress it will take him over one hundred years to hit his target of getting 10...

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