The 24-hour services will operate on Friday and Saturday nights on the London Overground between New Cross Gate and Dalston Junction, extending to Highbury & Islington next year.
Tasked with helping to promote the capital and attract inward investment, City Hall’s first batch of offices were opened by former mayor Ken Livingstone before being reviewed and overhauled by his successor, Boris Johnson.
As reported earlier this week, the consultation by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime was severely criticised by the independent Consultation Institute.
Under the new model resources including officers and cars are pooled across a much larger area, giving commanders greater flexibility about how they tackle local crime.
Published for consultation in August, the Mayor’s draft London Health Inequalities Strategy sets out his “ambition” to close the health gaps in Londoners’ health and life expectancies.