Get ready to grill London’s politicians about the capital’s dirty air

London’s dirty air is harming our children’s health. But it doesn’t have to be like this. The Clean Air Parents’ Network is organising a Clean Air for Children Question Time event in January so that we can ask key decision makers what they are doing to tackle London’s toxic air and let them know what we think needs to be done. 

Get the conversation started by asking  your leader of the council about the steps they are taking to tackle air pollution in your area and help make them realise that people want action. All of London’s council leaders are listed below - all you need to do is find the name of your leader of the council from the list below and select it  from the drop down list when prompted:

Barking and Dagenham: Cllr Darren Rodwell

Barnet: Cllr Richard Cornelius

Bexley: Cllr Teresa O'Neill

Brent: Cllr Muhammad Butt

Bromley: Cllr Colin Smith

Camden: Cllr Georgia Gould

City of London: The Rt Hon, The Lord Mayor Charles Bowman

Croydon: Cllr Tony Newman

Ealing: Cllr Julian Bell

Enfield: Cllr Nesil Caliskan

Greenwich: Cllr Danny Thorpe

Hackney: Mayor Philip Glanville

Hammersmith and Fulham: Cllr Stephen Cowan

Haringey: Cllr Joseph Ejiofor

Harrow: Cllr Graham Henson

Havering: Cllr Damian White

Hillingdon: Cllr Ray Puddifoot

Hounslow: Cllr Steve Curran

Islington: Cllr Richard Watts

Kensington and Chelsea: Cllr Elizabeth Campbell

Kingston upon Thames: Cllr Liz Green

Lambeth: Cllr Lib Peck

Lewisham: Mayor Damian Egan

Merton: Cllr Stephen Alambritis

Newham: Mayor Rokhsana Fiaz

Redbridge: Cllr Jas Athwal

Richmond upon Thames: Cllr Gareth Roberts

Southwark: Cllr Peter John

Sutton: Cllr Ruth Dombey

Tower Hamlets: Mayor John Biggs

Waltham Forest: Cllr Clare Coghill

Wandsworth: Cllr Ravi Govindia

Westminster: Cllr Nickie Aiken

Need some more information and help? Contact the London network coordinator, Catherine Maguire.