The London Assembly Police and Crime Committee will tomorrow question Metropolitan Police Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime Stephen Greenhalgh.
Questions include the following subjects:
The London Assembly will tomorrow question The Hon Apurv Bagri, and Linda Lennon, Chair  and Chief Executive of the The Royal Parks, and Jeff Jacobs, GLA Head of Paid Service, about the management of the parks.
Subjects for questioning are:
The London Assembly will tomorrow examine the emergency response to a fire aboard a London Duck Tours  amphibious vehicle cruising the Thames on 29 September 2013 .
Public meetings and events coming up next week:
Overcrowding on buses could get worse and passenger satisfaction drop due to insufficient expansion of London’s bus routes, says a London Assembly report today.[1...
Our Transport Committee warns that overcrowding on buses could get worse and passenger satisfaction drop due to insufficient expansion of London’s bus routes.
A summary of next week's meeting and events at City Hall
Police and crime Committee Chair Joanne McCartney responds to comments by the Metropolitan Police Federation on the committee's report about deployment of Tasers in London
Managing London’s water is a major challenge, involving planning for periods of low rainfall, tackling leakage, cutting water usage, and providing efficient systems to deal with sewage. How is Thames Water faring, and what is their justification for wanting to inc
The London Assembly Police and Crime Committee will tomorrow question Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe and Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime Stephen Greenhalgh.
London Assembly Members will tomorrow question Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
Subjects for questioning during the two and a half hour session include:
Three quarters of London’s police and fire spending goes on pay and pensions, but how much control do the emergency services have over them? How will funding cuts affect staff? And how can service levels be maintained while reducing the workforce?
A summary of public meetings for the week starting Monday 21 October 2013
Transport for London (TfL) was this week questioned by Members of the Assembly’s Transport Committee on providing more public information on how it measures value for money.
With the average Londoner using 167 litres of water each day, managing the capital’s water is a major challenge. But is Thames Water doing enough to plan for periods of low rainfall, tackle leakage, cut water usage, and provide efficient systems to deal with sewage?