The London Assembly has thrown its support behind calls for a Nature and Wellbeing Act for England to reverse the decline in the quantity and quality of natural habitats for the country’s flora and fauna.
A motion agreed today concludes that the Mayor needs to do much more to tackle London’s environmental challenges, including:
The London Assembly has called on Mayor Boris Johnson to support the re-introduction of pedestrian only days on Oxford Street amid evidence of rising collisions between pedestrians and buses, and start work on options to improve safety and cut pollution on Oxford Street.
4,300 people a year in London are dying prematurely as a result of air pollution.
London Assembly Members will tomorrow question the Chairman of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA), James Cleverly AM, and the Commissioner for Fire and Emergency Planning, Ron Dobson CBE QFSM, on the policies and work of LFEPA.
London is the UK’s most over-indebted region but is enough being done to address the problem?
Tuesday 4 November
Personal problem debt
Economy Committee – 10:00am in Committee Room 5
When severe weather events, like hurricanes and floods hit overseas, the knock-on effects can adversely impact London’s supply chains.
Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are potentially the most vulnerable, but many are unaware of the possible scale of disruption.
The London Assembly Transport Committee regularly checks on TfL's progress in updating and improving the Tube. These are its latest findings.
An anticipated global average temperature increase of up to 4°C by the end of the century1, could have severe impacts on London’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
London Assembly Members will tomorrow question Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
Subjects for questioning during the two and a half hour session include:
In March 2013 Mayor Boris Johnson set out his ‘vision for cycling in London’ supported by a commitment from Transport for London (TfL) to spend £913 million on cycling and related infrastructure by 2021/22. 
Londoners are being robbed of millions of pounds a year through bank, credit card and other online frauds but these thefts are not being recorded in official crime statistics .