The London Assembly is holding a number of public meetings this week including Mayor’s Question Time on Wednesday (9th June) and the first of two meetings exploring how the capital’s 999 services will cope with providing services during the 2012 London Games.
Tuesday 8 June 2010:
Economic Development, Culture, Sport and Tourism Committee – 10am in Committee Room 5
The Committee will question the following guests on how decisions about the legacy use of the Olympic Stadium and Media Centre might affect the local community.
Danny Meaney, New Media Partners
Dr Larissa Davies, Sports Industry Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University
Dr Jim Coleman, Regeneris Consulting
Pete Winkelman, Milton Keynes Dons Football Club and Inter MK
Planning and Housing Committee – 3.30pm in Committee Room 4
The Committee will hear from the following experts about the fire risks associated with tall and timber-framed buildings:
Mandy Dunstan, Barnet Homes
Garry Fisher, Newham Homes
Kevin O`Reilly, East Thames Housing Group
John McGrath, The London Tenants Federation
Steve Turek, London Fire Brigade
David Hewett, Association of Residential Managing Agents
From around 5pm the committee will question Sir Stuart Hampson, Chairman of the Crown Estate, about the proposed sale of four residential estates.
Wednesday 9 June 2010:
Mayor’s Question Time
The London Assembly will question Mayor of London Boris Johnson on a range of issues. Questions to the Mayor can be found on the London Assembly website.
Health and Public Services Committee – 3pm in Committee Room 5
The Committee will question the following guests on what the impact of the 2012 Games will be on the capital’s health and emergency services:
Chris Allison MBE, Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service
Ron Dobson QFSM, Commissioner, London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority
Peter Bradley CBE, Chief Executive, London Ambulance Service NHS Trusts
Peter Thorpe, Head of Olympic Planning, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust