On Saturday the Mayor told supporters that defeat in May’s election would “put at risk” policies and initiatives he had introduced since 2008.
In an email from his campaign, Johnson said: “I feel like a man who has built half a bridge. I can see the other side. I can see what needs to be done.
“That is why today I am launching my 9 point plan that will secure Greater London’s future. It’s a plan that protects the investment we need to create jobs and will help Londoners get through these tough times.”
The plan includes “cutting waste at City Hall” and “investing £221 million to transform local high streets, supporting small businesses” as well as a commitment to reduce Tube delays by 30%.
Other points, such as a promise to save households “£445” by freezing City Hall’s share of the council tax, and a commitment to boost police numbers by 1,000 duplicate achievements Johnson says he has already delivered.
Johnson has also promised he would secure “a better deal for London from No 10” during a second term.