If you would like to view the Who Runs London? map of all the public bodies with a remit for London, click on the image above.

Who runs London? Have your say

NLA and London Communications Agency recently published a guide to the complex network of organisations which have a say in the organisation of the capital under the title of Who Runs London? This can be viewed by clicking on the image to the right and will be remaining on show at the NLA until November.

In the light of the Government's evolving plans to restructure regional government and the proposals from the Mayor, London Assembly and London Councils for increasing the powers of both the Greater London Authority and the boroughs we are undertaking some research to understand the views that those who work with this structure on a daily basis have of these organisations and to give them a say on the major issues that are facing London.

We would greatly value your comments on this so please answer as many questions that are relevant to you below.

We will be publishing the results of this survey in November and will be sending it to senior politicians and representatives at local, regional and national level.

1. Do you think that there are too many or too few public bodies involved in running London?

Too many
Just right
Too few

2. Are there any you would scrap completely? If yes, which?

Yes (please specify below)
No

3. Are there any you would merge? If so which?

Yes (please specify below)
No

4. More specifically, would you support the merger of English Heritage and the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment?

Yes
No

5. Do you think the Mayor of London should have direct control over the budgets for

Education
Health
Training
Commuter rail services
Olympic legacy
Port of London
Royal Parks

6. Do you think there should be a reduction in the number of London boroughs?

Yes
No

7. Do you believe that the boroughs should have more powers delegated to them by government and the Mayor?

Yes
No

8. What one single reform to government do you think would improve London?

9. What is the single biggest issue facing the economic development of London?

10. Do you think London has benefited from the creation of the Mayor of London in 2000?

Yes
No

11. If you had one message for Boris, what would it be?