Mayor Boris Johnson has declined to take a pay rise for the current financial year.
Salary increases for the Mayor and London Assembly members as well as Mayoral appointees and senior Greater London Authority officers are linked to annual increases for other City Hall staff.
This year the local government pay settlement is 1%, an increase which would entitle the Mayor to a raise of £1,828.
However Mr Johnson has “expressly declined the increase” and will continue to be paid £143,911 for his duties as Mayor.
The 25 Assembly Members will each see their £53,439 salaries increase by £595, still well below the £66,396 basic pay of an MP.
City Hall’s Head of Paid Service, Executive Director of Resources and the Monitoring Officer will be awarded a combined total of £3,791 while the Mayor’s advisors will share £16,980.
The modest increases at City Hall are dwarfed by bonuses totalling £2.5m for senior Transport for London staff.