Mayoral decisions

27 February 2015

The Mayor is required under sections 122 and 123 of the Greater London Authority Act 1999 (the “GLA Act”) to prepare a capital spending plan for the following financial year for the four functional bodies (LFEPA, MOPAC, LLDC and TfL) and to send it to the Secretary of State for Communities and L...

27 February 2015

This MD seeks the Mayor’s approval to formally publish the Further Alterations to the London Plan (FALP) as his spatial development strategy. 

24 February 2015

This report seeks the Mayor’s confirmation on the proposal for the implementation of the 2014-16 pay award for the GLA’s Statutory Officers, rectifies an anomaly in the pay for one Statutory Officer and on the minor revisions to the Statutory Officers’ Protocol. Further it seek...

23 February 2015

The Mayor's final draft budget for 2015-16 was considered at the meeting of the London Assembly held on 23 February 2015.  The Assembly made no amendment to this and it therefore becomes the Greater London Authority's (GLA’s) consolidated budget for the next financial year. Approval of the final...

9 February 2015

The GLA has a requirement to communicate to Londoners about the work of the Mayor of London and the London Assembly and engage them in that work so they can access the benefits. This marketing communications activity includes bought media, such as outdoor, radio, pres...

6 February 2015

London’s Royal Docks Enterprise Zone has been awarded £12m in capital grant by the Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) Building Foundations for Growth Enterprise Zones fund, towards the enhancement of Millennium Mills on the Silvertown Quays site...

4 February 2015

A previous Mayoral Decision (...

2 February 2015

This proposal asks the Mayor to approve the final policies for the Crossrail Business Rate Supplement for 2015-16 including the multiplier (or tax rate) and the rateable value threshold above which it will apply having regard to the final prospectus for the BRS  - ‘Intention to levy a business r...

2 February 2015

The GLA currently commissions and grant funds a range of pan-London rough sleeping services and projects, with funding devolved from the Department for Communities and Local Government for the period 2011 to 2015. As the next funding round is for one year only (2015/16), approval is sought to ex...

2 February 2015

The Mayor has a statutory duty to hold public consultation events; develop and promote London as a destination and gateway for the UK; and promote social development in London.  Events have a profound potential to bring economic and social benefits to London, and major events in particular...

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