City Hall has a role in ensuring that Londoners from all backgrounds are able to lead a healthy lifestyle.
The London Health Board, NHS and local councils all work together to ensure that all Londoners are involved in decisions about health services.
In November 2017, the Secretary of State for Health signed a devolution deal. The Mayor, NHS, London Councils and health leaders now have more control over health and care in the capital, leading to more joined-up services for Londoners.
Help to shape the London Health Inequalities Strategy by taking part in the surveys and discussions below.
From today, 23 October 2017, a £10 T-Charge applies to the older, more polluting vehicles in central London.
Do you currently smoke or drink?
What do you think makes a healthy workplace?
Have you heard of social prescribing and do you think frontline medical staff should be looking at this?
Do you take part in local decision-making groups, volunteering or community groups?
What is it about your neighbourhood that is good or bad for your health and well-being?
Poor mental health is one of the biggest challenges facing London.
TfL research has found that people who live in Outer London tend to walk and cycle less than those who live in Inner