Caroline and Sian's work so far in City Hall

15 August 2016 marks 100 days since Sian Berry and Caroline Russell started work on the London Assembly.


Here's where you can find out more about some of their work so far, and what they've achieved with the Greens and the Londoners they represent.

 

14 Aug:
More than 1,000 private renters have already given evidence to help support their rights as part of our Big Renters Survey

4 Aug:
Mayor commits to OUR policy for real-time air pollution info on the streets

26 Jul:
Caroline Russell AM wins a signed commitment from the Mayor to reduce traffic in London

25 Jul:
Sian Berry AM wins agreement from City Hall to bring in name-blind shortlisting for recruitment

20 Jul:
Sian Berry AM makes sure private renters aren’t excluded from estate plans

6 Jul:
Sian Berry AM wins the Mayor’s support for a change in the law to allow the Met Police to become more diverse more quickly

1 July:
Caroline Russell AM helps residents in outer london measure their own air pollution and campaign for a bigger clean air zone

27 Jun:
The Mayor promises us he will stop making people declare their gender to access GLA services

22 Jun:
Caroline Russell AM gets the Mayor to agree to create a proper, fully licensed clean energy company for londoners

8 Jun:
London Assembly votes for Sian Berry AM’s motion to get London taking in more child refugees

25 May:
Sian Berry AM persuades the Mayor to work on a living rent for women and students

 

Find out more about Sian on her website, and about both our AMs' work on their London Assembly webpages:

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