Mayoral decisions

30 August 2013

Project Oracle, a youth evidence hub, was established in July 2012, as a repository of knowledge, which aims to understand and share what really works in youth and education programmes in London. By supporting charitable youth, education and training organisations to develop their evaluation cap...

28 August 2013

Seaside & Country Homes (SCH) is a housing mobility scheme that enables older tenants to move out of the capital, thereby freeing up around 200 family sized homes each year, which can then be used by social landlords to house Londoners in need. The scheme transferred to the GLA from the Depa...

28 August 2013

This MD seeks approval to provide grant funding for Kingsley Academy, which opened in April 2013. Previously Hounslow Manor School, Kingsley was the fourth and final academy to join the Mayor’s Academies Programme.

Approval is also sought for an additional contribution to the progra...

27 August 2013

Enhancing the public realm and cleaning the capital improves the look and feel of the city, making it a more pleasant place for residents, businesses and visitors.  Capital Clean-up is the Mayor’s programme to encourage communities and boroughs to take action to tackle...

20 August 2013

1. The Croxley Rail Link scheme is a proposal led by Hertfordshire County Council (HCC), in partnership with London Underground (LUL) and Network Rail, to improve transport connectivity within London’s wider metropolitan area; with associated economic, environmental and social benefits. It would...

12 August 2013

This paper seeks approval for the withdrawal of the Mayor’s Academies Limited as a corporate member of the London Academies Enterprise Trust (LAET).  With the academies programme now well established in London, the GLA no longer needs to be involved in the governance of any single sch...

12 August 2013

The Investment and Performance Board agreed on 11July, expenditure of up to £1 million of GPF over the remainder of the Mayoral term to support unifying SME activities identified by the London Enterprise Panel  in its ‘Jobs & Growth Plan’. This decision sets out the delivery plan...

9 August 2013

Under the localism agenda, new responsibilities transferred to the GLA along with relevant assets and liabilities.  The Localism Act 2011 required commercial activities relating to land and property transferred to the GLA from the LDA to be held in a subsidiary company.  It was not pos...

9 August 2013

The GLA is undertaking a series of projects to improve London’s private rented sector, the centrepiece of which is the London Rental Standard initiative. To help publicise the London Rental Standard and to meet the Mayor’s target of 100,000 accredited landlords and agents by 2016, it is now prop...

9 August 2013

This report summarises the 2012-13 GLA Outturn, including the year-end financial and performance data for the GLA and highlights a number of key issues. The report also provides a summary of corporate items including transfers to and from reserves, the allocation of contingency, review of uncoll...

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