We're working for London and it's critical that Londoners have their say on the work that we do.
Involving Londoners in decisions
It's not just about government being more open, it's about making policies more effective by listening to and taking on board the views of the public and interested groups.
Londoners should have a say on how their city is run, which is why we consult Londoners on each and every strategy the Mayor produces. To ensure we achieve the best understanding of public opinion that we can, we use a number of different approaches:
- Our Talk London online community, a place to discuss London's big issues and shape and steer the policy decisions of the future.
- Face to face survey work, such as the Annual London Survey and ad-hoc pieces of research such as the Young Londoners' Survey and Refugee Survey.
- Regular telephone surveys covering a range of policy areas.
If you have a general enquiry for the Mayor or GLA please email email@example.com.
27 riders of powered two-wheelers, including motorbikes and scooters, were killed on London’s roads in 2014.
Whether you’re a rail passenger, train operator, local authority, public body, rail industry worker, campaigner or transport expert – we want to hear from you.
Currently, there are 45 Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) in London and the Mayor has a target for 50 by the end of his mayoral term.
The Police and Crime Committee is investigating crime on public transport in London and will consider how to reduce crime and improve safety.
The Health Committee is investigating end of life care in London and will look to understand the challenges people face in accessing good quality end of life care.
Is the New Routemaster value for money and should Transport for London (TfL) order more of them?
The Mayor launched the...
Central Activities Zone Draft Supplementary Planning Guidance
On 15 September the Mayor published draft supplementary planning guidance on London’s Central Activities Zone (CAZ) for...
The Environment Committee is investigating the environmental pressures expected to result from the growth of London.
Submit your new ideas for outdoor work at the Liberty Festival in the summer of 2016.
The Mayor has published the Draft Interim Housing Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) for public consultation for a period of 12 weeks - from 15 May to 7 August.
Take part in our regular survey, this time we'd like your thoughts on sport events in London.
The Greater London Authority (GLA) is introducing new requirements for Non Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) being used on construction sites from 1 September 2015.
Consultation closes 22 June 2015
On 11 May 2015 the Mayor of London published for six weeks public consultation two sets of Minor Alterations to the London Plan – on Housing...
These are the HMIC inspections that MOPAC has sent responses to.
The Mayor of London is consulting on the Draft Old Oak and Park Royal Opportunity Area Planning Framework which will be Supplementary Planning Guidance to the London Plan.
Public Consultation on the London Riverside Opportunity Area Planning Framework, Supplementary Planning Guidance to the London Plan
On 9 February 2015 the Mayor launched a...
Each year, the London Assembly carries out a detailed examination of the Mayor's £18 spending plans and makes recommendations for improvements.
Public consultation on City Fringe Opportunity Area Planning Framework, Supplementary Planning Guidance to the London Plan...
A submission from August 2014 from the Mayor of London regarding Child performance regulations: performance hours and breaks.
Download the response below.
The Greater London Authority broadly welcomes the proposal for a new theatre tax relief and the proposed criteria. Please see below the response from Mayor of London in May 2014.
Savings to the Education Services Grant 2015-16.
A submission from the Deputy Mayor of London for Education and Culture, Munira Mirza. The Deputy Mayor of London for Education and Culture...
Have your say on the Mayor of London's budget proposals and capital plans for 2015-16.