Environment strategy

Draft London Environment Strategy - have your say

On 11 August Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, published his draft London Environment Strategy. The Mayor is taking a range of  actions to improve the environment now, setting London on the path to create a better future.

Our public consultation on these plans is now open until 17 November – take part and give us your views.

The state of London’s environment affects everyone who lives in and visits the city – it helps Londoners to stay healthy, makes London a good place to work and keeps the city functioning from day to day.

Today London is facing a host of environmental challenges. Toxic air, noise pollution, the threat to our green spaces, and the adverse effects of climate change, all pose major risks to the health and wellbeing of Londoners.

We need to act now to tackle the most urgent environmental challenges facing our city as well as safeguard London’s environment over the longer term. We need to ensure that London is greenercleaner and ready for the future

This is the first strategy to bring together approaches to every aspect of London’s environment. It is divided into the following areas:

•    Air quality
•    Green infrastructure
•    Climate change mitigation and energy
•    Waste
•    Adapting to climate change
•    Ambient noise

Have your say

The Mayor wants to hear from Londoners from all backgrounds about his vision to improve London’s environment:

If you are responding as an:

•    individual - take part in our Talk London surveys and discussions 
•    organisation - respond to our survey with evidence and ideas 

If you require this strategy in a different format please contact [email protected]

Download the Easy Read version of the Executive Summary.

Please note that responses submitted by organisations may be made public, and are subject to Freedom of Information requests.

Integrated Impact Assessment

We have commissioned an Integrated Impact Assessment (IIA) on the draft London Environment Strategy. The IIA evaluates the social, economic, environmental, health, community safety and equality consequences of the strategy's proposed policies in order to ensure they are fully considered and addressed. We would welcome your views on the impacts that have been identified and whether you feel anything is missing.

Non technical summary
Full report
Appendices
Equality impact assessment
Scoping report

What's next after this consultation?

Following analysis and consideration of all the responses received during the consultation, the London Environment Strategy will be published in 2018.