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?

Sutton Transport
Question No: 2985 / 2012
Steve O’Connell
Although you currently have no power over mainline rail or station improvements in Sutton, would you agree that the priority for those who wish to see an improvement in mainline rail in Sutton is for the DfT to allow TfL to run suburban rail?
ANPR camera check points
Question No: 2967 / 2012
Roger Evans
Do you agree that ANPR camera checkpoints, successfully organised as part of the Met’s Operation Pegasus, should become a regular operational fixture?
Thames Clippers – service growth delay
Question No: 2972 / 2012
Richard Tracey
What problems have prevented Thames Clippers, the successful tenderer, running a regular river taxi service between Putney and Blackfriars from 1st October 2012 as announced by TfL earlier in the year?
Cost of the Tube (1)
Question No: 2973 / 2012
Richard Tracey
What measures is London Underground taking to drive down the cost of running the Tube?
Discounts for Bexley residents using the Dartford Crossing
Question No: 2949 / 2012
James Cleverly
Will the Mayor write to the new Secretary of State for Transport urging him to reconsider the decision previously taken on Dartford Crossing tolls, and request that this discount is now extended to residents of the London Borough of Bexley?
New Planning Rules
Question No: 2986 / 2012
Steve O’Connell
Do you share my objection to the current proposals to relax planning rules on household extensions, and will you press for them to be amended to protect neighbouring properties and back garden land from inappropriate developments?