County Hall is located on the South Bank of the River Thames in the London Borough of Lambeth. Construction of the building started in 1911 and was completed in 1933 when it was opened by George V.
MayorWatch talked to a number of 2004 Mayoral candidates about their plans for the Congestion Charge.
City Hall is the new home of Londonwide government. It is often described as a purpose built building but in fact the initial design was developed before the building’s current use was decided
London Assembly member Darren Johnson discusses the GLA electoral system, planning issues and congestion charge.
We spoke to Roger Evans about getting more votes but less Members than Labour plus voter perceptions of the Tory party.