All members of the London Green Party are entitled to take part as both candidates and voters. Candidates will need nominations from at least 10 national members of the London Green Party.
Each person nominated will be asked to provide relevant biographical details and a statement making the case for their own selection in their own words.
The name order on the ballot paper will be by lot and candidate statements will be published in the same order.
The ballot will require voters to cast preferences for the candidates and their will be provision for negative voting through the choice of 'Re-open Nominations' (RON).
The London Federation of the Green Party will hold one hustings for the Assembly List and one for the Mayoral selection.
In addition the Federation will hold an online internal hustings to increase the participation of the wider membership.
Local parties are encouraged to hold hustings, perhaps in conjunction with neighbouring local parties, as long as they make a reasonable effort to invite all nominees.
The London Green Party has agreed the need for gender balance in the London Assembly list so that at least one of the top three should be a woman, at least two of the top five men and at least two women, at least four of the whole list should be men and four women.
Nominations will be kept open for a week longer if there are fewer than this at close of nominations to enable additional candidates to come forward and this will continued week by week as necessary.
Similarly the London Green Party has agreed the need for ethnic balance in the Assembly selection list and will attempt at least two self-defined ethnic candidates in the top 5, and at least 4 in the list of 11.
There will be similar arrangements to those to achieve gender balance through extending the nomination period.
Neither of the two existing Green London Assembly members, Jenny Jones and Darren Johnson, are standing again.
Full details are available on the London Green Party website LINK