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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Three years on from the 2011 riots, the London Assembly has found that of the £70 million Mayor’s Regeneration Fund (MRF)  allocated to fund regeneration in areas most affected by the riots, just 16 per cent has so far been spent. 
The number of rough sleepers in London has risen 64 per cent since 2010 and one third were repeat rough sleepers,  but beds in homeless accommodation dropped by one quarter between 2011 and 2013. 
The London Assembly Environment Committee has produced a ‘report card’[1} on the progress of the capital’s carbon reduction targets – and it gives the Mayor a score of 4 out of 10.
Significant increases in the number of allegations of rape and sexual assault against children are stretching the resources of the Metropolitan Police unit responsible for investigating them, a new London Assembly report has found.
How are the salaries of senior staff in the Greater London Authority (GLA) Group set? Why do Transport for London top brass get performance bonuses, while senior staff at the London Legacy Development Corporation don’t?
- Preparedness for a summer heatwave
The London Assembly today agreed a motion[] urging the Mayor to offer other London Boroughs the opportunity to opt-in to a larger Ultra Low Emission Zone.
Jenny Jones AM, who proposed the motion,...
The London Assembly today welcomed the contribution Scottish people have made to life in the capital and throughout the United Kingdom and expressed its desire to see that union maintained.
Assembly Members today urged Mayor of London Boris Johnson to take action to ease the burden drunks are putting on the capital’s emergency services.