Good health means we can enjoy a fulfilling and happy life. City Hall has a role in ensuring that Londoners from all backgrounds are able to lead a healthy lifestyle.
The London Health Board, NHS and local councils are currently working to deliver the recommendations of the London Health Commission. They believe that the more involved Londoners are in decisions about health, the better health and healthcare will be.
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I hardly see our maturer elderly citizens out and about on foot these days not even to walk down our local shopping area. Even elderly people need to shop for food clothes and gifts just like the rest of us.
The images of potentially new propose build flats look lush with trees and plants outside on white paper, however the reality is very different once they are build and disappointing, every promising green space is snatched away by concrete slabs.
I believe fireworks shouldn't be sold to the public only .for displays
Due to how they are used when they in the wrong hands throwing them at the public in the street kids been hurt along with animals and laps been scared with them plus they cost to much
The mayor has just submitted bold plans to clean up London's air. Along with his initiatives I suggest a very simple change that should have an immediate impact: Forcing vehicles to switch off the ignition when waiting.
It has been recently stated by the Mayor that diesel engined vehicles are the Enemy of clean air. Yet we have all been persuaded over the last 20 years to go diesel for the environmental and economic benefit of reduced fuel consumption.
The NO SMOKING SIGNS at all London Bus stops are too small and are way way above eye level. They should be brought down to eye level and made bigger. Smoking adds to the woes of Londoners using Buses while waiting under the Bus Shelters.
we need to encourage more people to get out and about and get involved with nature do people know that there are 13,000 different species recorded in London we start from school age and work up there are things that are out there that schools can do and encourage kids to get involved to think som
It is estimated that between 2 and 3% of the population have electro-sensitivity and 1% of the population are now considered to be SERIOUSLY ILL due to the condition. The European Parliament has recognised real physical electro-sensitivity as a physiological disability.