Miss-selling of LOBOs

With extensive courage of LOBO’s in the last week ( ES, Independent & FT ) or so, particularly the exposure that UK Councils have up and down the country, lets not forget…

92% of Marylebone residents surveyed disturbed by Tube noise and vibrations

Over 90% of residents recently surveyed in the Marylebone area say they are disturbed by noise and vibrations from the Tube, with some experiencing both. The results also found that 87%…

Bridging problems of the Mayor’s legacy

  The Mayor’s bridging legacy begins with him stopping the works order on the Thames Tideway bridge as one of the first acts he did when becoming Mayor in May…

London’s skyline for sale

WITH up to 260 proposals for towers in London it’s important more than ever to highlight the impact on the skyline to Londoners from proposals like that at Paddington. Not…

Joining Environmentalists for Europe

Soon after the Mayor of London came out for leaving the Europe Union (EU) on Sunday, l had an opportunity to ask him about it all in environmental context –…

More fruit & veg stalls needed for healthier tube

Have you ever wondered why we don’t have more fruit & veg stalls in the London Tube system?  Well l do every time l go through Liverpool Street tube station…

2016 – a critical year for the Thames

The Thames  is a long forgotten water highway cutting through the heart of London, and its time has come again as this year will be a critical one for it….

Fares Freeze – who are TfL kidding?

At the Transport plenary this week, l was not sure who TfL were kidding with the implications of a fares freeze? Firstly the inflation figures used by TfL are out of…

Bakerloo line seating “not good enough”

  After bringing up at the last Transport Committee of the year in 2015, the poor state of the seating on Bakerloo line, TfL boss admits its not good enough in writing…