By Maximilian Clarke
Labour London Assembly member Murad Qureshi today accused Boris Johnson of doing "too little, too late" for London's environment as the Mayor finally published his long-delayed plans to tackle climate change and secure water supplies.
More than three years since he became Mayor, Boris Johnson today published three crucial environment strategies - for tackling climate change, reducing carbon emissions and securing London's future water supply. But by delaying their release for so long he has left just months for the policies to be implemented before the end of this mayoral administration in May 2012.
“To delay such important policies for more than three years simply beggars belief," said Qureshi. "These are big issues - protecting homes from flooding, tackling extortionate fuel bills, fighting climate change - but we've now got just six months for any of the Mayor's limited ambitions to be realised. It's too little too late."
Join us on