Darren Johnson AM hosted a meeting this morning to launch the results of air pollution monitoring carried out by local people in the docklands area of London.
A summary of public meetings over the coming week.
Darren Johnson AM has criticised the Mayor of London, Bromley Council and the ZhongRong Group for announcing plans to build a replica Crystal Palace on the upper terrace in the Crystal Palace Park.
Operational note: Launch of results from air pollution study in North East London
9.30-11.30 a.m. Friday 4th October
City Hall, Committee Room 4
According to a report published last week by Transport for London (TfL), the predicted cost of building a new link between Thamesmead and Beckton has now increased.
What are the main reasons for London having the lowest rate of parental employment in the UK and what effect is it having on families and the economy? What could the GLA do to help them back into the workplace?
Local London Assembly Member John Biggs calls for an end to land banking in London and supports proposals whereby developers will have to use or lose their planning permission.
Why has London got the lowest rate of parental employment in the UK? Send in your views.
A summary of next week's London Assembly meetings.
The five yearly Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) scientific report is released today.
Darren Johnson AM has called for a radical rethink of housing policy, in light of the Mayor’s research showing that one third of new home buyers across Greater London are overseas investors, with another third of homes bought by British investor landlords.
Labour London Assembly spokesperson for the Environment Murad Qureshi welcomed the proposals announced yesterday to freeze gas and electricity prices.
London’s Accident and Emergency departments are busier than ever - 3.5 million people used them last year and numbers are increasing. How will they cope this winter when demand can peak, especially against the backdrop of recent press reports that the capital’s A&
London bus ridership drops as car journeys rise