Darren Johnson AM will meet with local residents in Enfield on Tuesday 6th October to learn about the benefits the Cycle Enfield scheme will bring to the local area.
Darren Johnson, Green Party Member of the London Assembly, has responded to the findings of a new traffic ‘scorecard’ by the transport agency Inrix that names London as the most congested city in Europe.
Figures released today show that 28,327 London households have so far been affected by the overall benefit cap, 45 per cent of all cases in the UK.
Darren Johnson, Green Party Member of the London Assembly, will meet with local cyclists tomorrow to learn about the safety improvements which are needed on local roads.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) announcement today that it is consulting on plans that would see rooftop and solar PV farm projects between 1MW and 5MW no longer qualifying for a key subsidy, the Renewable Obligation, from April next year.
Darren Johnson AM has urged the Mayor of London through two formal questions to respond to the concerns of local residents and back a scheme for more cycle parking in the vicinity of Abbey Wood station.
Darren Johnson, Green Party Member of the London Assembly, has urged the Mayor of London to call on TfL to issue health warnings to passengers using New Bus for London vehicles this summer.
Darren Johnson has written to the Chief Executive of the One Housing Group 'to strongly urge [him] to withdraw the “notice to quit” on residents living in two properties on Crescent Road in Kingston and Islington Park Street, and to re-engage in a respectful mediation process wit
Darren Johnson AM will meet with cyclists and Forest Hill residents next Wednesday morning to learn about the dangers they face when using local roads.
Darren Johnson, Green Party Member of the London Assembly, has tabled a formal question urging the Mayor of London to publicly pledge his support for the introduction of periods of respite from Heathrow Airport noise pollution in south east London.
Figures published this week by Transport for London (TfL) show that the number of casualties on London’s roads across all modes of transport have increased by 5% when compared to the 2005-2009 average.
The report published today of the review of UK internet and communication surveillance practices has found that the legal regime is “undemocratic and intolerable”.
Darren Johnson, Green Party Member of the London Assembly, has responded to new TfL figures on cycling in London by urging the Mayor to reinstate his target of 5 per cent of all journeys being completed by bike across the capital by 2026.
Jenny Jones has asked Boris Johnson the following question for his Mayoral update at the start of tomorrow’s meeting at City Hall
Night bus services on some routes could be scaled back under plans set out by Transport for London (TfL) yesterday.