LONDON – The City of London has unveiled plans to make the streets of the capital more greener, more beautiful and safer.

The mayor of the UK’s biggest city said the plan was aimed at making Londoners feel safer, healthier and more comfortable, and also to reduce pollution.

It aims to transform the city’s “chronic and pervasive” air quality problems, the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, told a press conference.

“We need to get on with this now, so we can have the best quality of life possible for all Londoners,” Khan said.

Khan said the new plans would be announced as soon as possible, adding that the measures would be implemented “with urgency and urgency”.

The mayor said the city would now look to the EU and the US to help tackle the issue of air pollution.

“The City of Britain will now be seeking a commitment from the EU to make its contribution to tackling air pollution, which is currently the worst in Europe.” “

Khan said his plans would cost the city £8bn, but said the money would be spent in a “fair and transparent way”. “

The City of Britain will now be seeking a commitment from the EU to make its contribution to tackling air pollution, which is currently the worst in Europe.”

Khan said his plans would cost the city £8bn, but said the money would be spent in a “fair and transparent way”.

“We know that the vast majority of people in the City of England would be willing to pay more money to help make our streets safer and healthier,” Khan added.

He added that the plan would also see the introduction of a £2.5m “Green Zone” to help cut pollution levels and the creation of a new “Clean Air Partnership”. “

Our goal is to get this right, but it is not an overnight fix, and it is far from being done overnight.”

He added that the plan would also see the introduction of a £2.5m “Green Zone” to help cut pollution levels and the creation of a new “Clean Air Partnership”.

The city is currently in the midst of a multi-year plan to transform its streetscape, which has caused major traffic headaches and concerns about the safety of pedestrians.

The plan, called the London Vision 2025, aims to improve the air quality of the city by 2040, while improving the city centre, with more parks and green spaces and wider public transport links.

Khan’s new plan includes a £8,000 fund for the city to develop its parks and other green spaces, while also investing £3.6bn to make it “cleaner and safer”.

The money will be spent on new parks and cycle paths and new green spaces.

The city will also seek to invest in public transport projects, and will seek a commitment to “take the largest possible action” to tackle air pollution by 2020.