For the first time in history over half the world lives in cities, and there is no better city to start changing the world than London.
We have a rich history of change and invention and our eight million people are bursting with ideas to solve our problems. This Green Party manifesto for the 2016 election set out detailed plans for the Mayor and Assembly that built on these ideas and they are what we are continuing to work on from City Hall.
Greens put fairness at the heart of all our policies: building more homes with co-operatives and smaller companies not big developers, funding experts to help communities defend their estates and helping private tenants with rent controls and a renters’ union so they can organise and stand together.
We will make sure City Hall listens to Londoners and involves them more directly in the decisions that affect our city.
Green London Assembly Member and 2016 candidate for Mayor of London
Pictured above with Caroline Russell and Shahrar Ali
Pictured above, Clare K from London co-proposing a policy motion to be decided by hundreds of Greens.
Our London Manifestos