People's Question Time Bexley
People's Question Time is a chance for Londoners to ask the Mayor, Sadiq Khan, and London Assembly Members about their plans and priorities for the city.
Gareth Bacon, Assembly Member for Bexley and Bromley, chaired the event.
What did they talk about?
Hot topics on the night included:
- air quality and environment
- growing London's economy
- other (culture, education)
You can read the transcript from the event.
Frequently asked questions
How are the questions chosen?
Topics are discussed one at a time. People can then ask relevant questions by putting their hands up. Questions will be chosen at random. The event chair will try to get through as many questions as possible in the time available. If you do get chosen, please keep your question short, to the point, and on topic. This will give more time for others to ask their questions too.
If you don't get to ask your question on the night, you can submit it in writing via our contact form. We aim to respond within 20 working days.
If it's free, why do I need a ticket?
Tickets are free to all Londoners who wish to attend; however, due to limited space we ask that you book ahead to avoid overcrowding. Please bring and show your ticket on your phone or in print. The event is on a first come, first served basis. That means a ticket doesn't guarantee you a seat, so please arrive on time for a 7pm start.
How do I get my ticket?
Tickets will be available from 1pm on 11 February via this page.