It will focus on representation among Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities, women, LGBTQ+ and disability groups
A commission has been launched by Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to review landmarks in the British capital.
The review will include: murals, street art, street names and statues, reports the CNN.
The Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm, is aimed at improving "diversity across London's public realm to ensure the capital's landmarks suitably reflect London's achievements and diversity."
It will focus on representation among Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities, women, LGBTQ+ and disability groups, a statement outlined.
"The Mayor is committed to ensuring that the capital's history is celebrated and commemorated in the most appropriate way," the statement continued.
Sadiq Khan said: "We must ensure that we celebrate the achievements and diversity of all in our city, and that we commemorate those who have made London what it is – that includes questioning which legacies are being celebrated."