Andrew Boff lives in Barking has been a Councillor in Hillingdon (1982-1994) and Hackney (2005-2006).
Born in Hillingdon, he was leader of the Council between 1990 and 1992. While in Hackney he helped run Broadway Market’s Saturday market and published a local magazine. Up to being elected to the Assembly in 2008, Andrew ran his own IT support company.
During his time on the Assembly he has headed an investigation into housing overcrowding and has published reports on violence against sex workers, housing on the Olympic site and end of life care.
Getting change for people is the most rewarding aspect of being an AM
Andrew Boff is a London-wide Assembly Member and is the GLA Spokesman for Planning, Devolution, Health and Housing.
His responsibilities include being Chair of the Confirmation Hearings Committee, Deputy Chair of the Planning Committee and a member of the Housing Committee and Health Committee.
Andrew is well-known for being passionate speaker in the London Assembly Chamber.
Andrew in Interview
What made you a Conservative?
What do you think the biggest misconception of a Conservative?
What's your most surprising opinion?
If you weren't an Assembly Member what would you be?
What are your most Conservative values and why?
What's the most exciting thing you've achieved as an Assembly Member?