News releases issued by the London Assembly's External Relations Office and by individual Assembly Members are listed below by date in descending order (i.e. most recent first).
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A new London Assembly report says the Metropolitan Police must do more to ensure its workforce better reflects the capital it serves.
At an Extraordinary Plenary session, the London Assembly today confirmed its support, in principle, to the proposals to establish a Mayoral Development Corporation (MDC).
The Police and Crime Committee will tomorrow question Lord Adebowale, Chief...
Tomorrow the London Assembly will hold an Extraordinary Plenary session to discuss the Mayor’s proposal for a Mayoral Development Corporation (MDC) to lead the regeneration of the Old Oak Common and Park Royal areas of west London.
Over the past six months, the London Assembly Transport Committee has conducted an in-depth investigation into the London cab industry – surveying both passengers and drivers. The investigation has highlighted some worrying problems. ‘Future Proof’ is the London Assembly Transport Committee’s...
Wednesday 17 December
Mayor’s Question Time – 10:00am in the Chamber
The London Assembly wants further expansion of Oyster Pay as You Go to another two airports.
A motion agreed by the Assembly urges the Mayor to write to all parties involved and encourage them to work together to extend Oyster, as part of the new East Anglia franchise.
The Mayor of London should lobby the Government to ensure that gypsies and travellers continue to have their rights legally protected, even when they move into fixed accommodation.
As worldwide concern grows over the spread and implications of the Ebola virus, the London Assembly is checking that the Greater London Authority (GLA) has adequate arrangements in place, in the event of people in London contracting the virus.
The London Assembly has condemned the proposed plans of Westbrook Partners in raising the rents of residents on the New Era estate in Hoxton, just before Christmas.
The London Assembly wants the Mayor to request full transparency from London and Partners – the official promotional company for London. The company’s role in the Royal Albert Dock tendering process is also under scrutiny by the Assembly.