Londoners vote for their new Mayor this week so we thought we’d take a look and see what the main candidates are offering London’s 1.2 million disabled people with regards to accessible housing, accessible transport, tackling disability hate crime and disabled people’s involvement in shaping City Hall policies that affect them:

Click here to read the candidate's plans for accessible housing.

Click here to read the candidate's plans for accessible transport

Click here to read the candidate's views on disability hate crime.

Click here to read about the candidate's plans for disabled people’s involvement in shaping City Hall policies that affect them.

If you'd like to find out more about the candidates and read their manifestos, click the links below:

Zac Goldsmith, Conservative Party

Sadiq Kham, Labour Party

Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrats

Sian Berry, Green Party

If you are a Mayoral candidate and would like to tell us more about what you are offering the 1.2 million disabled Londoners, we’d be very happy to hear from you and share it with our readers and followers. Email our Policy Manager Andy Shipley

Find out more about the Mayor of London election on 5th May and how to vote at www.londonelects.org.uk