Mayoral decisions

29 July 2014

The Mayor’s Housing Covenant 2015-18 programme prospectus was launched in December 2013 inviting bids from housing providers offering affordable homes for rent and home ownership across London.  The prospectus also invited expressions of interest from providers propos...

25 July 2014

The Fourth Plinth Programme is a key deliverable forming part of the Mayor of London’s statutory Cultural Strategy. Now entering its fourth commissioning round, the programme will deliver the next two artworks for the Fourth Plinth on Trafalgar Square. In advance of the next two commissions, 23...

23 July 2014

At a meeting of its Appointments and Urgency Committee on 16 July 2014 the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) considered the issue of partial performance, whereby a firefighter is on strike for part of a period of duty. As part of its considerations, LFEPA rejected a proposal f...

21 July 2014

Since April 2013, five members of TfL’s Secretariat staff, including the Head of Secretariat, have been co-located at City Hall in order to assess potential benefits of progressing to a shared committee services arrangement between the two organisations. As a result of the successful trial...

18 July 2014

The Mayor wishes to direct the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) to waive certain fees in relation to the staging of the 2014 Invictus Games on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park between 10 and 14 September 2014. Additionally, the Mayor wishes to direct Transport for London (TfL) to provide...

18 July 2014

The Planning Unit generates significant external income of approximately £500,000 per annum principally from one source that was introduced initially in 2007 called the formal planning pre application charging scheme. The income generated from this development related customer service c...

18 July 2014

This report recommends to the Mayor that – following a formal tender process – the freehold of approximate 5 acres (2 hectares) of vacant industrial land at Dagenham Dock owned by GLA Land and Property Limited (‘GLAP’) be sold to a local business, Stolthaven Dagenham Limi...

11 July 2014

The London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) is currently overseeing the sale of nine of its former fire stations at Belsize, Bow, Clerkenwell, Downham, Kingsland, Silvertown, Southwark, Westminster and Woolwich.

The Mayor wishes to be kept informed of progress and, as a conse...

11 July 2014

GLA Land & Property (GLAP) owns a 1/3rd share in the Carlsberg Tetley site in the London Borough of Newham (5ha), with the other 2/3rd being owned by Quintain. GLAP also owns a 5ha area of land adjacent to the Carlsberg Tetley site, also known as Thames Wharf. The promo...

11 July 2014

The MedCity vision is for London and the Greater South East (GSE) to be a world-leading, interconnected region for life science research, development, manufacturing and commercialisation – to deliver health improvements and economic growth. It seeks to:

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