A new report published today by Jenny Jones AM raises the alarm about the loss of industrial land in London, and the Mayor’s projections that could see manufacturing disappear completely from London by 2062.
Embargoed: 4rd February 2015
Fewer than 7 per cent of schools in London have solar panels according to figures published today by Jenny Jones1.
Results from the air pollution monitor station which the Government has previous described the most polluted hotspot in the UK has shown a sharp decline in the number of times it is breaking the European legal limit.
Responding to the Mayor of London’s public consultation on setting up the ULEZ(1), London Assembly Member Jenny Jones has called for the Mayor to allocate all the money raised from the existing Low Emission Zone to help boroughs who want to join the proposed Ultra Low Emission Zone.
Readings taken at Oxford Street and Putney High Street air quality monitoring station have shown that they are the first location in London to breach annual legal limits for Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) 1.
Darren Johnson called for more secure tenancies, rent controls and an end to benefit cuts in light of government figures, published today, which show that the los
Young people who completed a ‘workfare’ scheme set-up by the Mayor of London were half as likely to be in paid employment compared to those who didn’t complete it, an evaluation published by the Government reveals.
Darren Johnson, Green Party Member of the London Assembly, has urged Transport for London (TfL) to accelerate its proposals to extend the Bakerloo line beyond Elephant and Castle.
In his formal response to TfL’s consultation, Darren has called on TfL to:
Jenny Jones AM has called on the Mayor to urgently review his air pollution policies in light of the news that Client Earth has won its legal case, meaning that:
The Mayor of London is planning to spend £28 billion building and widening roads in London, new research by Darren Johnson, Green Party Member of the London Assembly reveals.
Building three new roads crossing the Thames in East London would cost more than twice the Mayor’s cycling budget for the next decade. The proposed new crossings at Silvertown, Gallions Reach and Belverdere come to £2.25 billion.
Jenny Jones AM has repeated her call for the living wage to become mandatory in light of new figures which show that more than 9 in 10 big businesses (employing 250+ people) in London are not signed up to the London Living Wage scheme, eight years after the policy was launched by the previous...