Boris Johnson will appear before the London Assembly on Wednesday for September’s Mayor’s Question Time session.
The meeting will be the first time the Mayor has appeared before Assembly Members since July.
In addition to reporting on actions taken and initiatives launched since they last met, Mr Johnson will be questioned on a range of issues affecting the capital.
Conservative colleague Roger Evans will ask whether the Mayor supports his calls for the Met to partner with a commercial exhibition organiser to put its extensive collection of crime memorabilia on display.
Mr Johnson will be challenged by Labour’s Navin Shah and Liberal Democrat AM Stephen Knight over his decision to approve the closure of fire stations, with Mr Shah accusing the Mayor of “refusing” to work with others to identify alternative cost cutting measures.
Green Party AM Jenny Jones will accuse Mr Johnson of using his Telegraph newspaper column to put forward “climate sceptic views” despite being responsible for leading the capital’s response to climate change.
The full list of questions can be found on the London Assembly website.
The meeting is open to the public and takes place in the Chamber at City Hall from 10am, Wednesday, 11 September.