People's Question Time: your questions answered
We've compiled a list of commonly asked questions to explain what our twice-yearly People's Question Time events are all about.
What is PQT?
People's Question Time is a free event for Londoners. It's an opportunity to put your questions to the Mayor and the London Assembly about your city.
Who'll be there?
There will be a panel on stage with the Mayor, Sadiq Khan, including the London Assembly and event chair. The event will be chaired by Jennette Arnold, Assembly Member for North East London.
What will they be talking about at the event?
There are lots of topics up for discussion from transport and safety to air quality, housing, the economy and more.
How are the questions chosen?
Topics are discussed one at a time. People can then ask relevant questions by putting their hands up. Questions will be chosen at random.
Will I get to ask my question?
The event chair will try to get through as many questions as possible in the time available. If you do get chosen, please keep your question short, to the point and on topic. This will give more time for others to ask their questions too.
Is the event accessible?
Yes. There'll be wheelchair access, an induction loop, a BSL interpreter and a subtitled plasma screen.
Do I need a ticket?
You do. Tickets are free, but you must book ahead and show your ticket on your phone or print your ticket and bring it with you. The event is on a first-come first-served basis. That means a ticket doesn't guarantee you a seat, so please arrive on time. Tickets go fast so get your ticket now.