Assembly Members today urged the Mayor of London to take action to protect London tenants from landlords who fail to meet private rental standards.
- 72,009 people live with dementia in London
- By 2015 there will be 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK
- This is set to reach two million by 2051 if no action is taken.
The London Assembly today called on the Mayor to respond to the 'Renters manifesto', a new report by Generation Rent that calls for reform of the private rental market. The Assembly also urged the Mayor to consider piloting some of the report recommendations in his Housing
From 10.00am Thursday 11 September
The London Assembly will tomorrow examine the policies and work of Transport for London (TfL).
This will involve questioning;
· Boris Johnson, Mayor of London and Chairman, TfL and
The London Assembly’s Economy Committee will tomorrow examine ‘The Europe Report, a win-win situation’, written by Dr.
Are you an intern in London or have you recently completed an internship?
Let the Regeneration Committee know what impact a stadium has had, or will have on your local area.
A Question and Answer session tomorrow, with the Met and the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), will investigate how the Government’s new anti-terrorism initiatives have been received. Until recently, Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick was in char
Half of lifetime mental illness will start by age 14.
Three quarters of children and young people affected go undetected or treated.
Tensions between the taxi and private hire trades and Transport for London (TfL) are running very high.
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.