Updated Response

Updated Response

London Fire Brigade could improve its response to major incidents with a mobile app that allows eyewitnesses to stream live video footage to the control room, a new report shows.

Pop-up Housing

Pop-up Housing

New report shows high quality homes are quick and cost-effective to build. High quality pop-up homes could cut the price of renting in London by a third and provide fast, cost-effective building solutions across the capital, a new report shows.

Tri-service

Tri-service

PCSOs should be given fire safety and first-response medical training to become Tri-Service Safety Officers, suggests a new report by Conservative London Assembly member Tony Arbour.

Saving an Icon

Saving an Icon

New eight point plan could save the capital’s struggling transport icon

Health Appreciation

Health Appreciation

The Mayor of London, through his planning powers, could force London boroughs to use cash from major developers to fund the capital’s GPs for the next ten years, a new report shows.

92,000 incidents of sexual assault against men are going unreported

92,000 incidents of sexual assault against men are going unreported

More than 96,000 sexual assaults or rapes were carried out against men across London between 2010 and 2014, suggests a new report from GLA Conservative Assembly Member Kemi Badenoch.

SmartCop

SmartCop

SmartCop urges the Met to spend £15k to develop a smartphone app which can track the location of victims via GPS in an emergency, receive photographic and video evidence, and has a real-time chat function.

Renter's Paradise

Renter's Paradise

Thousands of private tenants in the Capital are going without hot water or heating thanks to rogue landlords, according to a new report.

Sporting Chance

Sporting Chance

‘Sporting Chance’ has found that two-thirds of the Capital’s 1.5m disabled people cannot access sport, despite the Mayor of London’s £22.5m investment in sport.

Time Critical

Time Critical

London’s firefighters responding to medical emergencies, such as heart attacks, would speed up attendance to 4,294 patients per year, according to a new report.

Unknown London

Unknown London

Cutting edge phone technology such as bluetooth beacons and QR codes could direct tourists to lesser known suburban attractions, and boost the outer London tourism industry by £400m

Campaigns

Campaigns

These are the GLA Conservatives Campaigns past and present. Each Campaign is led by a Conservative London Assembly Members. Some are actively being pursued, some have been successfully completed. Click on the campaign link to get multi-media information on each.

Meet our Members

Meet our Members

Meet the Greater London Authority Conservative Assembly Members. See their current work, duties, and how to contact them directly.