Londoners are being invited to quiz Mayor of London and the London Assembly on their work for the capital.
The latest People’s Question Time will take place on Thursday 12 December 2012 at Stratford Old Town Hall and attendees will have the chance to ask questions of Mayor Boris Johnson and London Assembly members.
Assembly Chair Jennette Arnold said: “People’s Question Time is a chance for Londoners to get up close and personal with all the politicians who represent them at City Hall. It is an opportunity for voters to make their voices heard and adds to the work of the London Assembly in keeping a watchful eye on how the Mayor is spending their council tax as he prepares his next budget.
“I look forward to a lively, wide-ranging debate in Stratford with a particular focus on how we make sure that the 2012 Games deliver long term benefits for local residents as well as the fantastic summer of sport that made Stratford the centre of world attention.”
Mayor Boris Johnson added: ‘My priority is to boost London’s economy, help more Londoners into jobs and ensure a concrete, lasting legacy from the fantastic games this summer. Come down to Stratford Old Town Hall on 12th December and have your say on how we can improve life in the capital.’
Date: Thursday 12 December 2012
Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm, Doors open 6.00pm
Venue: Stratford Old Town Hall, 29 The Broadway, Stratford, London E15 4BQ
Those wishing to attend must register for tickets at www.london.gov.uk/pqt or by calling 020 7983 4762.