We're watching the weather and planning how to cope if the Tube strikes happen next week.
This summer, 77 groups of Londoners are taking part in our annual Capital Clean-up. With events happening across the city, we hear from Deborah Mahs who led a high street clean up in Willesden Green last month...
Willesden Green has a real problem with fly tipping, dirty streets and shops and in one particular area rubbish and litter was really bad and it had become especially dirty, neglected and ugly.
This week we caught up with colleagues from the Met Police Casualty Bureau, find out more in our weekly duty officer blog.
How could corporate volunteering benefit your team? David Siddall shares his team's recent volunteering experience at Sutton Community Farm.
The Mayor’s Business Energy Challenge 2015 is open for entries.
To coincide with the run up to the awards, we’re interviewing some of London’s leading sustainability professionals in a new blog series. Previous posts include:
Hannah Green, Content Editor, provides some useful tips on how to write web copy to make it more readable, findable, and accessible.
The beta version of our new website is now live for everyone to see. This beta site is a ‘work in progress’ version of the new London.gov.uk, which allows us to get feedback from you, our users. Your input will help us get everything looking and working perfectly by the time we go fully live.
Brian Smith from City Hall's Economics team talks us through the latest economic forecast for London.
Since our previous forecasts back in autumn 2014, economic conditions in London and the UK remain upbeat. We expect to see:
A week of strikes and other things...
Travel information and advice during this week's Tube strike.
The Mayor’s top priority is the safety and security of Londoners, and ensuring the capital remains one of the safest cities in the world to live in and visit. As policing budgets across the country continue to be squeezed, it is vital that savings are made in order to protect frontline services. In line with other public sector bodies the Met has been looking at outsourcing some business support services.