A Mayor who listens. Vote Susan. Susan Hall's Manifesto for London Mayor 2024.

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For eight years, we’ve had a Mayor who won’t listen. It is time we changed that. 

I have been listening to you. 

You have shared your worries, your beliefs, and your dreams. 

And I hear you. 

Crime is too high and needs to be brought under control. Family homes are unaffordable and more need to be built. The ULEZ expansion is unfair and needs to be scrapped on day one. 

This document is a written, signed commitment from me. On my first day as Mayor, I will take this document to City Hall and order that the following priorities are put into action: 

Make our city safer by recruiting more police and making them local to you, building back trust with communities and getting the police out solving crimes again. We will: 

  • recruit 1,500 more police officers, 
  • set up two new police bases in every borough, 
  • bring back borough-based policing so that the police are local to you.

We will also take firm, targeted action on knife crime, women’s safety and theft, and reform the police from top to bottom to eliminate unacceptable and criminal behaviour by officers. 

Scrap the ULEZ expansion and pay-per-mile on day one. TfL will be ordered to cease enforcement of the expanded ULEZ and Sadiq Khan’s pay-per-mile plans will be cancelled. 

Build more family homes that Londoners can afford. We will focus on high-density, low-rise homes that build communities, with tower blocks only permitted where it is appropriate. We will work to boost investment in Build to Rent schemes, delivering purpose-built rented homes, and increase the supply of homes for ownership, including shared ownership schemes. 

Get London moving and stop the war on motorists, with a Transport Strategy that is rebalanced across all modes of transport. We will extend the Night Tube onto up to four more lines and reinstate the Freedom Pass and 60+ Oyster Card in peak morning hours. We will help communities to remove unwanted LTNs and remove 20mph zones where safe to do so. 

Promote more green choices for Londoners, to provide a realistic path to net zero carbon emissions. We will work with councils and the government to increase the number of electric vehicle charging points, expand tree planting and allotment maintenance, support car clubs with more parking spaces and standardised regulations, and take targeted action to reduce air pollution. 

I have lived in London for my entire life. It’s where I brought up my children, where I started my business, and where I have served for over a decade as a councillor. 

It breaks my heart to see London decline, as I am sure it does yours.  

I am determined to fix it. And together, we can.




Vote Susan on May 2nd

The Mayor of London election is on Thursday 2 May 2024

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