Darren Johnson AM


Darren has played a very active role in Green politics over the past two decades and is now one of the party's best-known figures. Darren was elected to the London Assembly in May 2000 and has also served as a Green councillor in Lewisham since 2002.

As Chair of the Assembly’s Environment Committee, Darren has led Assembly investigations into a range of topics including: flood risk in London, water shortages, Heathrow expansion and the loss of London’s street trees. He has also promoted measures to address low-pay in the Capital through a London Living wage and policies to protect vital local services.

Darren was born in 1966 and lives in Lewisham with his partner, Dean. He is a graduate of Goldsmiths College, University of London.

More information

Lewisham Green Party website

Darren's articles on the Guardian's Comment is Free website

More about Darren's work in the London Assembly

Darren's profile on the national Green Party website



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