The London Assembly is holding a number of public meetings this week and will also publish a new report on incentives to encourage more people to recycle.
On Tuesday the Transport Committee will question gusts including RMT General Secretary Bob Crow and Tube PPP Arbiter Chris Bolt as part of its recently announced investigation into the Tube’s performance and the outcomes of TFL’s investment in the network.
Wednesday will see Mayor Boris Johnson appear before the full Assembly to update them on decisions made since his last report and also answer questions on issues of concern to Londoners.
London’s role in addressing the gap between energy production and demand within the UK will be discussed on Thursday when the Assembly’s Environment Committee questions a number of internal and non GLA-experts.
Thursday also sees the Assembly publish its report on incentive schemes aimed at boosting recycling rates across the capital.
All meetings take place in the Chamber at City Hall and are open to the public and will be webcast on london.gov.uk