London mayoral candidate Brian Rose kicked off his election manifesto today with a live broadcast from Enfield.
The former Wall Street banker and current podcast host told viewers he will “give Londoners a real choice of change” as his mobile broadcast studio travels through north London.
Mr Rose, who recently announced the launch of his own political party – the London Real Party – said he would “rebuild London’s economy” and “put 10,000 new police officers on the streets”.
He said: ‘As mayor I plan to tackle the crime epidemic by putting 10,000 more officers on the streets, putting London back to work by removing congestion charges while introducing new incentives for businesses. and building 50,000 affordable homes by Christmas. Basically, all of these plans are costed and deliverable. ”
In his 47-page manifesto, Rose pledged to build 50,000 new homes by Christmas 2021 using “modular building technology” to build “affordable, world-class places to live” on sites. owned by TfL near stations such as Morden and Peuplier.
The manifesto also reveals a plan to form a public limited company that would be majority owned by the Mayor of London to take control of the TfL land and allow “trusted developers” to build houses and commercial properties that would generate income for them. TfL.
In addition to his housing projects, Mr Rose also said he would “put consultation at the heart of policy making” and pledged to “end” unwanted low traffic neighborhoods.
A recent opinion poll put Brian Rose on three percent of the first preference votes, two percent less than the share of the vote needed to see mayoral candidates receive their £ 10,000 deposits.
Recently Mr Rose also announced that he would run for one of London’s 11 seats in the London Assembly elections alongside three other candidates representing his London Real Party.
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This notice was published: 2021-04-13 16:01:43