We have two Green Assembly Members in City Hall – Sian Berry and Caroline Russell.
They were elected in May 2016, taking over from Darren Johnson and Jenny Jones who had both represented Londoners on the Assembly since the very first elections in 2000.
Here you can read the latest news from Sian and Caroline about their work on behalf of Londoners.
Find out more about Greens on the London Assembly on the pages below:
In 2018 the Green Party nearly tripled its number of councillors in London. We now have eleven London councillors in total and Greens are the official opposition party on Lambeth Council and the sole opposition in Islington.
Councillor Sian Berry
Highgate ward, Camden - More on Sian as Councillor here
Councillor Pete Elliott - Gipsy Hill Follow Pete Elliott on Twitter
Councillor Rebecca Thackray - Herne Hill Follow Rebecca Thackray on Twitter
Councillor Scott Ainslie - St Leonards
Councillor Jonathan Bartley - St Leonards
Councillor Nicole Griffiths
Councillor Caroline Russell - Highbury East Ward - more on Caroline as Counillor here
Councillor Andrée Frieze - Ham, Petersham and Richmond Riverside
Councillor Monica Saunders - Fullwell Hampton Hill and NW Teddington
Councillor Richard Bennett - South Twickenham and Strawberry Hill
Councillor Dylan Baxendale in Hampton Wick and South Teddington has resigned due to domestic pressures resulting from COVID19. A by-election is due to be called once the suspension on elections to May 2021 is lifted.
Scott Ainslie was elected as our London MEP in the May 2019 EU elections which saw the number of Green MEPs for the UK increase from three to a magnificent seven.
Then came Brexit and we don't have any Green MEPs anymore.
Scott has, however, published a useful information sheet for EU citizens living in the UK which you can access here.
London Green Party is run as a federation of local parties. A list of the current London Fed officers can be found here.