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Roger Evans to call for more shared working between emergency services

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Oct
24

Following James Cleverly’s report ‘A United Emergency Service’ – which calls for emergency services to be based in one location – Roger Evans AM will suggest, at the Police and Crime Committee tomorrow at City Hall, that there should be more shared working between services.
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Andrew Boff says future housing needs must be met as Mayor is given keys to Olympic Park

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Oct
22

As Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, prepares to receive the keys to the Olympic Park at midnight tonight, London Assembly Member Andrew Boff calls on the Mayor to ensure that the plans for the future Olympic Park housing live up to the high standards that Londoners have been promised.

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James Cleverly calls for emergency services to share bases to protect services and cut costs

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Oct
19


James Cleverly calls for emergency services to share bases to protect services and cut costs
London Assembly member James Cleverly has called for London’s emergency services to share their bases for better co-operation between them and to make them more efficient.
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Shared Services and Estates

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Oct
18

MQT Question List: October 2012

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Oct
16

The following are the questions the GLA Conservatives will be asking at this months Mayor's Question Time (MQT). The MQT will be held on October 17th, so stay tuned for the live coverage starting at 10am, via the groups Twitter stream. There will also be video summaries made by the GLA Conservative Assembly Members after the event via the groups Youtube Channel.
 

 
Recommendations for future Olympic Park Housing
Question No: 2957 / 2012
Andrew Boff
Last month I published a report, Radically Normal, making recommendations for how the plans for the future housing on the Olympic Park can be improved. Will you endorse these recommendations and commit to ensuring that more, larger, high-quality family-sized homes are built to the highest environmental standards?
 
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