Mayoral decisions

29 November 2013

The London Health Commission is an independent inquiry established in September 2013 by the Mayor of London. The Commission will be chaired by Professor the Lord Darzi and report directly to the Mayor. The Commission will examine how London’s health and healthcare can be improved for the b...

28 November 2013

The Mayor has a statutory duty to publish and keep under review a London Housing Strategy. This strategy is required to set out his assessment of housing need in the capital and his proposals for allocating the funding that is made available to him for housing delivery. It must also include any...

28 November 2013

The London Assembly’s Audit Panel meets four times a year and considers reports from the Greater London Authority’s (GLA) internal and external auditors. After each meeting, those audit reports are noted by the Mayor in his executive oversight role at the GLA. The 22 October 2013 meeting of the...

22 November 2013

Approval is sought for £52.977m of funding allocations to be made on schemes supporting 1,700 affordable housing completions plus 132 additional bedrooms on extensions to existing properties under the Mayor’s Housing Covenant Building the Pipeline programme, and the dele...

22 November 2013

London’s New Year’s Eve celebrations on 31st December have been staged by the GLA since 2003.  The event attracts an estimated 250,000 people into designated viewing areas between Lambeth and Blackfriars bridges, with a further 300,000 people in the vicinity (research showing that app...

22 November 2013

To seek the Mayor’s approval to make preparations for the GLA to be able to borrow up to £1 billion to finance the Northern Line Extension (NLE) and enter into related agreements.

11 November 2013

The Head of Paid Service following consultation with the Mayor and Assembly has agreed a pay award for staff.  The Mayor is required to confirm agreement to a pay award for the statutory officers and for his appointments made under sections 67 (1) of the GLA Act.

11 November 2013

The GLA inherited the Traveller Pitch Fund (TPF) programme in London from the Homes & Communities Agency (HCA) in April 2012. The GLA now wishes to allocate grant funding up to a maximum of £1,027,233 to organisations that have successfully brought forward deliverable, value for money...

6 November 2013

The Supplier Skills Team supports the Mayor’s ambition to create an additional 250,000 apprenticeship starts by 2016 and to ensure that Londoners are supported to access the jobs generated through Mayoral investment by working with GLA Group contractors to deliver skills and employment out...

6 November 2013

The Mayor has made a manifesto commitment and further public commitments at London Citizens’ Mayoral Accountability Assembly on 25 April 2012 to ensure full compliance with the Living Wage accreditation obligations across the GLA Group.  This is in addition to work to expand the number of privat...

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