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.
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 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.
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’ 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.
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.
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
A US-style infrastructure trust, which shares investment risk between the private and public sectors, would speed up construction in London and help plug the £130bn funding gap, according to a new report.
Police response to racial abuse and death threats online is leaving victims unsatisfied. A new report is calling for a national strategic unit to tackle the growing cases of online hate crime in England and Wales.
A new report “Free Ride” authored by Andrew Boff, Leader of the GLA Conservative Group, calls for the scrapping of free nominee travel passes for TfL staff, investing in providing that money in free travel for firefighters.
3-in-10 new homes approved in Outer London don’t have a parking space. A new report calls to scrap parking limits in the Mayor’s planning document.
London and the South East should join forces to build one of the world’s largest economies and lead Britain’s future growth, according to a new report by GLA Conservative Andrew Boff.
Have a look at this graphic to see how much you could save now that daily Oyster fares have been cut. Are you better off with an Annual Travelcard or Pay As You Go?
Turning off traffic lights in London at night would slash vehicle emissions, wasted fuel, and journey delays – saving the Capital’s drivers millions of pounds every year.
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