Three new water refill stations announced in Camden by Mayor

Responding to the Mayor of London’s announcement of the 50 locations for new water refill stations across London, including Kentish Town station, Russell Square and Camden High Street in Camden, Local London Assembly Member, Andrew Dismore AM said: “These new water refill stations will be welcomed by local communities, who are deeply concerned about the rising tide of plastic waste. […]

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Dismore questions Mayor over the impact of Brexit on Londoners’ living standards

At today’s Mayor’s Question Time, Andrew Dismore AM, Labour London Assembly Member for Barnet and Camden, questioned the Mayor Sadiq Khan over the impact of Brexit on Londoners’ living standards and the economic prospects for Londoners of a ‘no deal’ Brexit.   Mr Dismore said: ‘Would you agree that Brexit intensified austerity in London and led to a decline in […]

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Dismore questions Mayor over Government inaction on fire safety and protection of private flat owners

At today’s Mayor’s Question Time, Andrew Dismore AM, Labour London Assembly Member for Barnet and Camden and Chair of the Assembly Fire Resilience and Emergency Planning Committee, questioned London Mayor Sadiq Khan over Government inaction on fire safety, the  protection of private flat owners from unaffordable bills to remove dangerous cladding, and the poor prospects for progress if Boris Johnson […]

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Ham and High column on fire safety

As Chair of the City Hall Fire, Resilience and Emergency Planning Committee, I’m becoming increasingly concerned about  the Government’s snail paced efforts over fire safety. In her resignation speech, Prime Minister May reiterated that nothing like Grenfell Tower must happen again. Yet two years on, there’s no new legislation to reform fire safety, thousands of Londoners still live in blocks […]

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