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The Mayor of London’s Annual London Survey

Gary Hart November 26, 2015

Every year, the Greater London Authority (GLA) run an Annual London Survey to find out what Londoners think on everything from community safety to housing, health and transport.

Mayor of London: Boris Johnson
Mayor of London: Boris Johnson

The results of Londoners views are directly presented to the Mayor of London and others in December to make sure future plans for the city meet their needs.

The information people provide help develop plans that are right for London and right for the people who live and work there and means the Mayor can respond quickly to public priorities.

For example, in last year survey housing and the cost of living were Londoners’ top concerns. As a result, City Hall redoubled their efforts to build the new, affordable homes London so badly needs.

The survey takes about 20 minutes to complete and there are 5 chances to win £100 just for taking part.  It’s run through Talk London, a website set up by City Hall to listen to the views of citizens in the capital.

For complete the survey, click here: