The Regeneration Committee reviews the Mayor’s regeneration functions and spending decisions, including oversight of the Mayor’s Development Corporations.
The Regeneration Committee is investigating how far culture-led regeneration in London could help to expand London’s artistic and creative offer while also helping places to prosper.
Reviewed the role Business Improvement Districts play in regenerating London.
Publicly examined the performance of Olympic Park venues such as the ArcelorMittal Orbit with the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC). Following the meeting the Committee received this response from the LLDC.
Highlighted issues around stadium regeneration schemes. Encouraging Premier League football clubs to make a commitment to pay staff the London Living Wage and called for greater transparency around West Ham’s tenancy of the Olympic Stadium.
Pressed for acceleration of regeneration plans at the Royal Docks in east London and sought assurances from the Mayor that local communities will benefit from the project.
Effectively influenced the Mayor to introduce an innovative match funding mechanism to enable non-public sector organisations to bid for support through the High Street Regeneration Fund.
Transport-led regeneration - December 2015
Letter to the Mayor on the Royal Docks – April 2015
The Regeneration Game – March 2015
Feedback and news coverage
In the news
Role of culture in urban regeneration - The Stage
London footfall: income, regeneration and muddy memory lanes - The Guardian
City Hall explores rate relief to spur culture - Building Design
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