Stephen at Hustings in Croydon

Hear Stephen answering questions

LBC: Conservative Mayoral Debate

As one of four Conservative candidates for Mayor, I have unparalleled knowledge and experience of London and not just the pockets in which I have served. I am proud to have attended over 64 public meetings in total in all 32 London boroughs, listening to the views of Londoners.

Here’s a link to the section called ‘Ask Me Anything’ in last night LBC’s debate where Andrew Boff, Syed Kamall and Zac Goldsmith were able to ask me any question they liked about my plans for London:

 

Watch the LBC Conservative Mayoral Debate in full:

 

London Live: “I will cut TfL ticket prices by 3%”

London Live

(London Live)

Mayoral hopeful and Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Stephen Greenhalgh said if he becomes Mayor Londoners will see the cost of thier commute go down.

He says fares will be cut by 3 per cent, in his plan to treat TfL with a stronger business-like focus.

The hustings debate was chaired by the Evening Standard’s Editor, Sarah Sands, held at the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington.

The London Mayoral candidates that took part were; Zac Goldsmith the Conservative MP for Richmond Park, Stephen Greenhalgh the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Syed Kamall the Conservative member of the European Parliament for London, and Andrew Boff, a London Assembly Member.

WATCH HERE

Evening Standard hustings

 

I really enjoyed my opportunity to prove to people at the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington that I have a clear plan for London and the credentials required to deliver on it.

Conservative Way Forward Reception

Great chance for a bit of healthy camaraderie between myself and Syed Kamall at the Conservative Way Forward reception in Westminster!

Better buses for London

London Mayoral Candidate Stephen Greenhalgh meets London’s Air Ambulance Chief Executive

Reaction to Mayoral Candidate Stephen Greenhalgh’s pledge to cut tube fares by 3% a year

Tube Fare Pledge from Stephen Greenhalgh

Stephen Greenhalgh’s pledge on Transport – in conversation with Steve Norris