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London

1-5 Vyner Street

London, Greater London,E2 9DG

United Kingdom

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Background Information

Employment History

Councillor

Richmond Council


Congressman

Steve Knight


President

The Student Union of Confederation College Inc.


Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

London Legacy Development Corporation


Affiliations

Assembly

Liberal Democrat London Assembly Member and Member


Liberal Democrats

Environment Spokesperson


Local Government Association

Party's Lead Member and Vice Chair of the Workforce Board


Barnet Lib Dems

Democrat Londonwide Assembly Member


Recent News

Liberal Democrat Londonwide Assembly Member


Emergency Planning Authority

Liberal Democrat London Assembly Member and Member


LFEPA

Liberal Democrat London Assembly Member and Member


Palmdale

City Councilman


U.S. Congress

Standardization Instructor Pilot


25th Congressional District

Representative


Congress.org

Member


Prater Raines Ltd

Liberal Democrat Londonwide Assembly Member


Economy Committee

Member


Full Contact

Assembly Member


California Senate

Board of Trustees and Administration


Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

State Assembly Member


The LA Jobs Defense Council

Member


LibDem Blogs

London Assembly Member


Richmond Youth Partnership

Founding Trustee


Campaigns

State Assembly Member


Standards

Board Member


West Central

London Wide Member


City of Palmdale

City Council Member


Corporate Revitalization Partners LLC

Assembly Member


Proposition 1A

State Assembly Member


Education

Antelope Valley College


Palmdale High School


Teddington School


Physics

Southampton University


SB 1113


degree

media and communications


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London Assembly - SkepticalVoter

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About Stephen (Cllr Stephen Knight)

stephenknight.org.uk [cached]

Stephen Knight
About Stephen Knight Stephen Knight on Richmond Hill Stephen has been an elected councillor for Teddington Ward in Richmond upon Thames since 1998 and currently serves as Deputy Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member of Resources. He was Susan Kramer's successful election agent at the 2005 General Election and helped lead the Liberal Democrats to a landslide victory in the 2006 local elections, gaining 21 seats from the Conservatives. At the 2008 London Assembly election he was the Liberal Democrat candidate for the South West London constituency. Stephen has been involved in Richmond's innovative environmental policy of charging owners of gas-guzzlers more for car parking and is leading the project to rebuild a local secondary school. Stephen was named in the "up and coming" section of the London Evening Standard's "London's Most Influential People 2007" supplement and was recently made a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts in recognition of his work in local government addressing environmental and sustainability issues. Stephen is the Liberal Democrat spokesperson on, and Vice Chair of, the London Councils Grants Committee, which distributes around £28 million a year to London's voluntary sector. Stephen has lived in Richmond upon Thames since the age of 11 and went to local state schools before studying at Oxford and Southampton Universities. At University in Southampton he was elected President of the Students' Union. He later worked for London Councils (formerly Association of London Government) as a poltical adviser to senior Liberal Democrat councillors in the Capital. He is Chair of Governors of a local Primary School and was a founding Trustee of Richmond Youth Partnership. Stephen has a grown-up step-daughter, Carmen, from his previous marriage and now lives with his partner Jennifer in Teddington. Printed and hosted by Prater Raines Ltd, 98 Sandgate High Street, Folkestone CT20 3BY. Published and promoted by Stephen Knight (Liberal Democrats) at 73 Harrowdene Gardens, Teddington TW11 0DJ. The views expressed are those of Stephen Knight, not of the service provider.


New Report: London Food Recycling Must Improve - Eco Food Recycling

www.ecofoodrecycling.co.uk [cached]

Chair of the London Assembly Environment Committee, Stephen Knight, said; "At 34%, the capital has one of the lowest household recycling rates in England and rates for inner London are even lower, at just 16%.


London Cautioned: Make Food Recycling a Priority - Eco Food Recycling

www.ecofoodrecycling.co.uk [cached]

"In contrast to the now well established collection of 'dry' recyclables such as paper, metal, plastic and glass, the separate collection of food waste remains comparatively rare in London, with fewer than half of all households receiving a food waste collection service," commented Stephen Knight, chair of the London Assembly Environment Committee .
"At the same time London is struggling to meet its recycling targets while landfill capacity is fast running out. The case for improving the collection of food waste is therefore compelling," he continued. The report called on the Mayor to help secure Government resources for separate collections and to do more to support schemes like the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) and Recycle for London. It also said that the Mayor must ensure that the London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB) can continue its programmes to support boroughs in the long term. "At 34%, the capital has one of the lowest household recycling rates in England and rates for inner London are even lower, at just 16%," noted Knight. "When we take a closer look at how London's boroughs are performing we are seeing a concerning lack of consistency, with 10 boroughs still not collecting any household food waste at all." "We realise that cost is a major factor when local authorities' make recycling choices, but separate food waste collection schemes need not be more expensive. Effective food waste collection will reduce the amount of waste generated in the first place, potentially making the service cost-neutral," concluded Knight.


News Archives - Page 3 of 17 - Eco Food Recycling

www.ecofoodrecycling.co.uk [cached]

"In contrast to the now well established collection of 'dry' recyclables such as paper, metal, plastic and glass, the separate collection of food waste remains comparatively rare in London, with fewer than half of all households receiving a food waste collection service," commented Stephen Knight, chair of the London Assembly Environment Committee .
"At the same time London is struggling to meet its recycling targets while landfill capacity is fast running out. The case for improving the collection of food waste is therefore compelling," he continued. The report called on the Mayor to help secure Government resources for separate collections and to do more to support schemes like the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) and Recycle for London. It also said that the Mayor must ensure that the London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB) can continue its programmes to support boroughs in the long term. "At 34%, the capital has one of the lowest household recycling rates in England and rates for inner London are even lower, at just 16%," noted Knight. "When we take a closer look at how London's boroughs are performing we are seeing a concerning lack of consistency, with 10 boroughs still not collecting any household food waste at all." "We realise that cost is a major factor when local authorities' make recycling choices, but separate food waste collection schemes need not be more expensive. Effective food waste collection will reduce the amount of waste generated in the first place, potentially making the service cost-neutral," concluded Knight. Chair of the London Assembly Environment Committee, Stephen Knight, said; "At 34%, the capital has one of the lowest household recycling rates in England and rates for inner London are even lower, at just 16%.


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