People's Question Time Wandsworth
People's Question Time is a chance for Londoners to ask the Mayor, Sadiq Khan, and London Assembly Members about their plans and priorities for the city. Tickets are now sold out, however you can watch this live on our Facebook page on 11 March 2020, 7pm - 9pm.
Léonie Cooper - Assembly member for Merton and Wandsworth, will be chairing the event.
Hot topics on the night include:
- Air quality and environment
- Growing London's economy
- Other (culture, education)
Please note that this event is first come, first served. If you have already registered for a ticket, it doesn't guarantee you entry, so it is advised you arrive on time.
Getting to the venue
The closest station to Battersea Arts Centre is Clapham Junction, which has good wheelchair access and is 0.5 miles away from the venue.
- TRAIN: Battersea Arts Centre is a 7 minute walk from Clapham Junction station. There are direct trains from Waterloo and Victoria, and Clapham Junction is on the Overground route from East London
- TUBE: The closest Underground stations to Battersea Arts Centre are Clapham Common (Northern line) and Stockwell (Victoria line) These stations are approximately a 15-20 minute bus journey away. The 345 bus departs from outside both stations and stops outside Battersea Arts Centre.
- BUS: Routes 345, 77, 87 and 156 stop on Lavender Hill outside Battersea Arts Centre. The night buses N77 and N345 also stop outside Battersea Arts Centre. Alternatively you can get a bus to Clapham Junction.
- BIKE: You'll find bike racks in front of Battersea Arts Centre
- PARKING: Please note that due to Battersea Arts Centre building works, they are unable to offer parking. Most roads around Battersea Arts Centre have residential and restricted parking between the hours of 8am and 6:30pm, Monday to Saturday.
The nearest disabled parking spaces to Battersea Arts Centre are in the Asda Car Park on Lavender Hill, which is a 5 minute walk away
- As with all PQT events, there will be access facilities such as British Sign Language and palantypist translation and a hearing loop in place
- If a member of your party requires ramp access to Battersea Arts Centre, there is step free access in the ground floor public spaces. The first floor spaces can be reached via a lift.
- Battersea Arts Centre has a range of toilet facilities available including all-gender toilets, accessible toilets on all floors and baby-change facilities.
There will be a photographer and videographer present. Pictures and footage may be used for promotion and marketing purposes. Please contact a member of staff at the event if you do not wish for your image to be used.
The UK Chief Medical Officer has assessed the risk to the public as moderate. We are aware that this is a fast-moving situation and we are in regular contact with Public Health England to ensure we are ready to take any action required. At present the current advice is for people to go about their daily lives and there are no plans to cancel this event. We will be monitoring the situation closely and will notify Londoners if there are any changes.