Nicholas Rogers was elected to represent Hounslow, Kingston upon Thames, and Richmond upon Thames on the London Assembly in May 2021.
Nicholas lives in Surbiton with his husband, Liam. He is a former Metropolitan Police Special Constable and is a career railway worker. He currently works as an Incident Controller, managing the response to any accident, incident or emergency that occurs on the South West route out of Waterloo. Previously, he was one of the managers of Waterloo Station and started his career on the Transport for London graduate scheme back in 2007.
Outside of work, Nicholas has set up community projects in South West London. In 2016, Nicholas founded TEDxKingstonUponThames, which has grown to be one of the largest TEDx events in the country, selling out Kingston’s Rose Theatre twice. He also sponsored and set up two Little Free Libraries in his local community, to promote the love of reading and to ensure that local people always have easy access to books.
London Assembly Responsibilities
Fire, Resilience and Emergency Planning Committee Deputy Chairman
Member of the Police and Crime Committee and Transport Committee