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Tony Arbour

Deputy Chairman of the London Assembly

3 May 2012


  • Deputy Chairman of the London Assembly
  • Deputy Chairman of the GLA Oversight Committee
  • Member of the Economy Committee
  • Member of the Police and Crime Committee
  • Member of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) - LFEPA Register of Interests entry
South West
Key Issues
Improving the environment and safety of the boroughs of Hounslow, Kingston upon Thames and Richmond upon Thames Greater London planning matters Improving access to the River Thames and increasing its use Cutting police bureaucracy and red tape and using the police to make London safer Transport issues
Register of Members' Interests - Tony Arbour
Register of Members' Interests - Tony Arbour
Tony Arbour's expenses
Gifts and Hospitality
Tony Arbour Gifts and Hospitality


Tony was a senior lecturer and Honorary Visiting Fellow at Kingston University Business School and a former Governor of the University. He is a Member of the Employment Tribunals of England and Wales.

Tony was GLC member for Surbiton between 1983 and 1986. He was first elected a Councillor for Hampton Wick in 1971. He is a Councillor in Richmond upon Thames Borough. Tony was Leader of Richmond Council 2002-2006.

Tony Arbour is a Justice of the Peace and Assistant Chairman of the Richmond upon Thames Bench.

He was vice-chairman of Kingston & Richmond Family Health Services Authority.

He has a vast historical and local knowledge of South West London.

He has four children, and has been a parent governor at local schools.

Hobbies include collecting first editions, carbooting, and ebaying.

Biographical information as supplied by individual Assembly Members.

Contact details:

City Hall
The Queen's Walk
London SE1 2AA

Telephone: 020 7983 4361

Press releases for

News from Tony Arbour: Tony Arbour presses Boris Johnson to reaffirm opposition to 3rd Runway at Heathrow
23 May 2012

Tony Arbour, London Assembly Member for Richmond, Kingston and Hounslow, will today press the Mayor Boris Johnson to reaffirm his commitment to oppose a 3rd Runway at Heathrow. The Government are presently holding a consultation on the future of aviation policy, and will be considering a number...

News from Tony Arbour: Move Surbiton and Kingston stations into Zone 5 and save residents hundreds, says Tony Arbour AM
13 July 2011

Tony Arbour AM has today called for Surbiton and Kingston stations to be moved from transport Zone 6 into Zone 5, which could save commuters travelling from those stations hundreds of pounds a year.


Kingston’s London Assembly Member, Mr Arbour believes the stations are in...

News from Tony Arbour: “Richmond’s town centres should be first in line for Mayor’s £50m outer London fund”
18 May 2011

Tony Arbour AM asked Boris Johnson to make sure town centres in Richmond and south west London are first in line for his £50m outer London regeneration fund at City Hall today.


Speaking at Mayor’s Question Time in City Hall, Mr Arbour made the case for places like...