At City Hall, we have a vision for London to be a leader among world cities and a clear strategy to achieve that.
Equality and Diversity
I am Chair of London 2012 Equality and Diversity and have responsibility in the GLA for Social Justice and Cohesion as well as Equalities and Diversity.
Security is a major issue for us in London and one in which I have been closely invoved.
With the 2012 Olympic Games fast approaching, I have been working incredibly hard to champion equality and diversity.
Immigration in London is what has made our city great, what’s driven its cultural diversity and what makes it such a vibrant place to live.
More than 15% of London’s population are aged 60 over and almost 250,000 are aged 80 and over.
My priority in local government is to bring resources and local-decision making as close to Londoners as possible.
I am committed to making London the safest big city in the world for everyone who lives, works and visits here.
We have a clear vision for London’s transport system over the next 20 years. The strategy has six key goals:
Tackling inequality in health is a key issue for me in London, as is the focus on a number of key issues affecting the health of Londoners: Obesity; Alcohol; Drugs; Mental Health; and our Keep Warm Keep Well campaign.