Building new houses on brownfield sites, incentivising working from home, and supporting the expansion of cycle hire schemes should be on our agenda.
Khan wants to remove any parking requirements for developments within 800m of a transport hub or town centre. So why won’t he thank me?
Brexit poses a values and voting challenge for both the main parties. It may be even bigger for Labour than for the Conservatives.
I want to commend every single one of you that stood for council or campaigned in any way in this poll.
The results were a triumph of localism which confounded the pundits. But achieving wider home ownership is still a particular challenge in London.
The Prime Minister visits the Tory flagship council in the aftermath of the Conservatives holding on.
In Wandsworth we are working with employers and further education colleges – and providing the infrastructure needed for economic growth.
Where outstanding primary schools do not have attached nursery classes, in Wandsworth we will be looking to work with them to see if they can expand.
Wandsworth is probably the best place to own an electric vehicle in the whole of the UK.
UKIP’s decline will probably allow the three main parties to each claim an increased vote share. Afterwards, the Tories will still be the largest party in local government.
Pundits are expecting a drubbing for the Conservatives in the capital. But some boroughs will buck the trend. I predict unpredictability.
We are seeing 20,000 new homes, 25,000 new jobs, and the first new tube station in the borough for 90 years.
Criminal gangs are supplying counterfeit tobacco on a huge scale with a resulting impact on smokers’ health.
Over 60 per cent of the homes being built will be “affordable” under Khan’s definition. This is well above the usual target of 35 per cent – yet they still oppose.
Councils need to use their own land to boost development – without the Mayor of London being able to get in the way.