Building a better London for everyone.
A city that is fairer, safer and greener for all.
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What We've Achieved
Free school meals
No child should go hungry in our classrooms. That’s why, for the first time ever, Sadiq is using City Hall’s budget to fund free, hot, nutritious meals for London’s state primary school children. This supports the next generation and helps families struggling with the cost-of-living crisis, saving parents around £440 per year.
New golden era of council housebuilding
After decades of inaction, Sadiq has got London building again. More council homes are now being built than at any time since the 1970s – a tenfold increase since Labour took back City Hall. Overall housebuilding in London has reached levels not seen since the 1930s, with Sadiq delivering a record-breaking 25,000 genuinely affordable homes in the last year alone.
Tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime
Keeping Londoners safe and reforming the Met is Sadiq’s top priority. After years of Tory cuts to policing and youth services, he’s been investing record sums from City Hall to try and repair the damage and build a safer London for everyone. Sadiq has put more officers on London’s streets, restored neighbourhood policing and spent millions of pounds on creating positive opportunities for 300,000 young Londoners.
Making public transport better, greener and more affordable
Sadiq has introduced the Hopper bus fare and delivered a five-year freeze on TfL fares, making transport 12% cheaper now than it would have been for millions of Londoners. He’s also introduced The Superloop, opened the Night Tube and delivered the Elizabeth Line. And he’s made transport in London cleaner by investing in greener buses and electric taxis, and by delivering a five-fold increase in protected cycling lanes.
World-leading action to tackle air pollution and the climate crisis
Sadiq has made London a beacon for climate action the world over. He’s introduced the world’s largest clean air zone – helping to cut toxic air pollution by half in central London – planted more than half a million trees, and brought forward London’s net zero target to 2030. He’s also rewilding London, investing in green jobs, and supporting efforts to turn the capital into a global centre for green finance.