One year on from the publication of the Mayor’s Education Inquiry report  the London Assembly Education Panel will tomorrow ask what has been achieved as a result of its recommendations?
The Panel will question the following guests:
Mayor Boris Johnson has set a target that London should recycle or compost 40 per cent of its waste by 2015 and 60 per cent by 2031. What is he doing to help ensure the capital meets this target?
In September this year, the Mayor announced a new London Health Commission to build “a comprehensive picture about the state of health and social care in one of the most diverse cities in the world.” How will the Commission’s findings fit with other work looking a
A summary of public meetings and report launches for the week beginning 25 November 2013
The London Assembly Police and Crime Committee will tomorrow question the following guests about mental health and policing:
London Assembly Members will tomorrow question Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
Subjects for questioning during the two and a half hour session include:
Does the Mayor’s 2014/15 spending plans put him on track to deliver key manifesto pledges on jobs and growth, housing, environment and support for young people?
A summary of the public meetings for the week starting 18 November 2013
After the 12th cyclist this year – the fourth in eight days – was killed on London roads this morning, Val Shawcross, Chair of the London Assembly Transport Committee, said:
More than half of respondents to a new London Assembly biodiversity survey believe Mayor Boris Johnson is not doing enough to protect and support the capital’s green spaces and wildlife habitats, amid revelations that his Mayoral Strategy has not been updated for more than a
Mayor’s affordable home programme target is “challenging”, GLA tells Assembly
How effectively do Transport for London (TfL) and the boroughs work together to deliver transport programmes? Does TfL plan to defend funding set aside for boroughs to fund local transport improvements? What schemes are jeopardised by cuts to funding?
More than half of the capital’s major A&Es failed to meet Government’s four hour target at least 50% of the time - with the most serious offender missing it every single week, the London Assembly reveals today as it warns performance will deteriorate f
Responding to the publication of an independent review of the Riot Damages Act, John Biggs AM, Chair of the London Assembly’s Budget and Performance Committee said:
Can the Mayor meet his target of delivering 55,000 affordable homes by March 2015 – the deadline for developers to receive Affordable Homes funding?  To reach this target, around 9,000 new-build starts are needed this autumn, but only a third of these had been c